Redistrict sees House Republicans gaining up to eight seats based on 2020 Census data. They only need to pick up five seats to win back the House in 2022. GOP in great position to retake majority. Kevin McCarthy poised to take the speakership from Pelosi.
David Wasserman wrote a brilliant analysis for the Cook Political Report on the results of the 2020 Census, which will determine how many House seats each state will receive for the next decade. The census data shows Republicans, who only need to pick up five seats to win back the House in 2022, could gain up to eight seats based on redistricting. In other words, the GOP is in great position to retake the majority, and Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy is poised to replace Nancy Pelosi as speaker of the House.
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