What Hispanic problem? Most GOP House districts isolated from demographic changes sweeping US
Congressional redistricting 101
GOP labeled party of the rich, but it's Democrats who represent wealthiest districts
Independent redistricting panels have had mixed results, varying goals
GOP capitalizes on historic victory in 2010 to remake congressional map in North Carolina
Why is Congress so polarized? Because Republicans, Democrats represent different constituents
6 states show how GOP used redistricting to gain big advantage in fight for House majority
Govs. Chris Christie, Scott Walker court donors in Las Vegas ahead of 2016 presidential race
For House Democrats, the 2012 election felt like the one in 1996 _ more votes but no majority
Mass. Gov. Gerry created salamander-like Senate district in 1812; a 'gerrymander' was born
Gerrymandering, geography give Republicans a built-in advantage in this year's House elections
Maryland's congressional redistricting process in 2011 reflected a common theme in many states: There isn't much preventing a political party that controls state government from drawing the state's congressional map to its benefit.
Democrats have been dominating major elections in Virginia, but you wouldn't know it from looking at the state's congressional delegation.
Turkey's prime minister gets boost in apparent decisive win for party in local elections
Egyptian election commission sets first round of voting for new president for May 26 and 27
Rogers, GOP security hawk, announces he'll leave Congress next year to begin radio career
Democrats aim to define GOP challenger in Colorado Senate race before he can define himself
Ukrainian ex-world boxing champ Klitschko backs billionaire ally Poroshenko for president
Independent newcomer Andrej Kiska wins Slovak presidential election
Vince Gray will announce changes in September, but they won't take effect until 2015.
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