Incumbent state legislators drawn into different districts by 2010 redistricting

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Every 10 years the redistricting process alters state legislative districts in the 50 states. By nature, this can at times lead to an incumbent's home being drawn into a completely different district. If that incumbent is still running for re-election, then the incumbent is essentially faced with three choices:
  • An incumbent is running for re-election in a district different from the one they currently represent
  • An incumbent is running for re-election against another incumbent who was drawn into their district
  • An incumbent moved in order to run in the same district.

The legislators listed on this page suffered this fate during the 2010 redistricting process.

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Idaho

State Senate

Democratic

Republican

No legislators fit this category.

House of Representatives

Democratic

Republican

Illinois

State Senate

Democratic

Republican

House of Representatives

Democratic

Republican

Ohio

State Senate

Democratic

No legislators fit this category.

Republican

No legislators fit this category.

House of Representatives

Democratic

Republican

West Virginia

State Senate

Democratic

Republican

House of Representatives

Democratic

Republican

Louisiana

State Senate

Democratic

No legislators fit this category.

Republican

No legislators fit this category.

House of Representatives

Democratic

No legislators fit this category.

Republican

No legislators fit this category.

Mississippi

Mississippi did not complete state legislative redistricting in 2011. Thus, the same maps as the previous decade are being used. Legislators are all running in the same districts where they currently reside.

New Jersey

State Senate

Democratic

No legislators fit this category.

Republican

General Assembly

Democratic

Republican

No legislators fit this category.

Virginia

State Senate

Democratic

No legislators fit this category.

Republican

No legislators fit this category.

House of Delegates

Democratic

No legislators fit this category.

Republican

No legislators fit this category.

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