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Redistricting 2020: Population Change and Hispanic Congressional Representation in Connecticut

By: Carlos Vargas-Ramos

On April 26, 2021, the U.S. Census Bureau delivered to the president of the United States results from the 2020 decennial census to be used for apportionment in the House of Representatives. Those apportionment results showed that the state of Connecticut’s delegation would remain unchanged at five representatives for the next ten years beginning with the 118th Congress (2023-2025).

Redistricting 2020: Population Change and
Hispanic Congressional Representation in Connecticut

Population Change and Hispanic Congressional Representation in Connecticut

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