Democrats are likely to aim for the only Republican-friendly seat in New York City, District 11, which is moored in parts of Staten Island and Brooklyn. Novice Rep. Nicole Mario Takis currently holds a seat, but the addition of liberal sections in Brooklyn and Lower Manhattan could make it unacceptable to the Republicans.
The most important benefits can come to the northern part of the state, and the most likely areas can lose the district altogether. Wasserman suggested that cartographers could attempt to pool voters into two conservative megadistricts. At the same time, the party was able to support two incumbents, Mr. Maloney and Congressman Antonio Delgado, on the Hudson Valley swing seat.
Combining the vast Southern District owned by retired Republican Tom Reed with the territory between Buffalo and Rochester, also represented by Republican Chris Jacobs, is one red in Western New York. You can make a seat. Another possibility is rooted in Republican Claudia Tenney and Adirondack, which combines the central and northern regions of New York, represented by the rising star Elise Stephanik, who is now the party’s top-ranked woman in Washington. There is sex.
Targeting the rest of the Republicans in the region, John Katko, is not that simple. Katoko, one of the few moderate Republicans remaining in the house who voted to impeach former President Donald J. Trump, is a Syracuse-based district despite democratic dominance. Has repeatedly won.
The Commission also proposes a new route for the state legislature and the Senate, but to produce more favorable results for Democrats who are trying to lock in their control over the years to come. You can just as easily throw them away. In particular, Democratic senators are paying attention to the changes in the district they say they did gerrymandering in the last cycle when the Republicans still dominated the chamber of commerce.
Republican leader Robert G. Orto said Senator Robert G. Orto said the Democratic Party was suffering from signs of undermining the process chosen by voters before it began. He suggested that Democrats led by Washington, chaired by Nancy Pelosi, had few other options to stick to power. “They know that the only way she keeps talking is to do this kind of gerrymandering,” he said.