by Evan Wyloge
Below is the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission’s adopted congressional map. The map creates four Republican-leaning districts, two Democratic-leaning districts and three competitive districts.
The vote on the congressional map divided the commission along party lines, as many of the panel’s votes have this year, with the two Democratic commissioners and the independent chairwoman voting for the map and the two Republicans voting against it.
The legislative map has 16 districts deemed safe for Republicans, 10 that are safe for Democrats and four that are considered competitive.