According to Census Bureau data released Tuesday morning, reapportionment of Congressional seats will give Texas four congressional seats. Florida will gain two seats. Arizona, Georgia, South Carolina, Utah, Washington and Nevada will each gain one additional congressional district.
New York and Ohio will each lose two congressional seats. Eight states will lose one congressional district in reapportionment: Iowa, Illinois, Missouri, Pennsylvania, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan and New Jersey.
There will be no net change in Hawaii’s two-seat US House delegation.
LINK: US Census Apportionment info
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