ALASKA INTERACTIVE MAPS
Dive into Alaska’s new House and Senate districts drawn by the Alaska Redistricting Board. Senate districts are still subject to lawsuit, which may or may not resolve by the June 1st filing deadline for state candidates. See how the new districts compare to the old, demographic info, district partisanship, and the filing status of incumbents and challengers. Districts are shaded by the 2020 presidential margin.
Anchorage completed its reapportionment of their Assembly districts in March of 2022. The Anchorage Assembly adopted a new map originally drawn by Denny Wells and submitted by former Southside assemblyman John Weddleton, and then amended by myself (Robert Hockema) and submitted by Downtown Assemblyman Chris Constant. See what incumbents occupy each seat, the percentage they won their last election by, and a comparison of the 2016-2020 composite district D/R average between the last map and the new map. Districts are shaded by the district’s 2016-2020 composite average.
AK REDISTRICTING COVERAGE
The Alaska Landmine – Jeff Landfield & Robert Hockema
- Maps: How the Redistricting Board’s draft maps would change Alaska’s political landscape
- Maps: A breakdown of the third-party maps the Redistricting Board adopted
- How the final redistricting map changes Alaska’s political landscape
Anchorage Daily News
The Midnight Sun Memo by Matt Buxton
- September map draft plans – a look at the more egregious attempts to target members of the House Majority Coalition
- Third-party map plans – unpacking the proposals submitted by the Doyon Coalition, AK Democrats, Senate Minority Caucus, Alaskans for Fair & Equitable Redistricting, and Alaskans for Fair Redistricting
- House District final maps