Here's how redistricting could shift voting power in 5 states headed to polls

Every 10 years, states redraw the boundaries of their congressional districts to reflect new population counts from the census. Explore CNN’s interactive analysis of how redistricting efforts in the following states — where voters head to the polls May 24 — will shift voting power for the next decade:

The old and new congressional maps after redistricting for the census in Georgia

2. Texas

    The old and new congressional maps after redistricting for the census in Texas

    3. Alabama

      The old and new congressional maps after redistricting for the census in Alabama

        The old and new congressional maps after redistricting for the census in Arkansas

          The old and new congressional maps after redistricting for the census in Minnesota

          There are many more primaries to come in June and throughout the next few months. So stay tuned to CNN Politics for more analysis of redistricting across the nation.

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