The New York World

The Partisan Impact
of Redistricting

If the 2010 New York State legislative races took place under the district lines proposed by the state redistricting task force, the controlling parties in both chambers would increase their majorities, analysis by the New York World and the Center for Urban Research has shown. Senate Republicans would see their current one-seat majority widen to 34-29. Assembly Democrats would gain four seats, increasing their current 98 seats to 102 in the 150-member chamber. Use the address finder to see how your district would be affected. Read Article.

By Michael Keller and Sasha Chavkin in collaboration with CUNY Center for Urban Research. Sources: CUNY Center for Urban Research and New York World analysis of LATFOR and BOE data. Methodology.

District Majority

Senate Assembly
Current
Proposed
29
dem seats
34
rep seats
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