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Republicans reap the fruits of redistricting, part III

As we discussed here and here, redistricting in states like Michigan, Wisconsin and Ohio led to less representation for Democrats on the state and federal level, even when Democrats got more votes overall in those statewide elections.

Mother Jones summarized what that ultimately meant in a nifty chart for state delegations to the House of Representatives.  Here’s our comparable chart showing how many votes it takes to elect a Democrat member of the state house, for every one vote it takes to elect a Republican state legislator.