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Republicans Tout Redistricting Gains

March 28, 2012
John Barrow (GA-12) Lois Capps (CA-24) Jim Costa (CA-16) John Garamendi (CA-03) Steve Israel (NY-02) Larry Kissell (NC-08) Dave Loebsack (IA-02) Jim Matheson (UT-04) Carolyn McCarthy (NY-04) Mike McIntyre (NC-07) OPEN (NC-11) OPEN (IL-12) OPEN (CA-21) OPEN (AR-04) OPEN (NC-13) OPEN (IN-02) UPDATE: The DCCC has rightly pointed out that Matheson's district actually leans slightly less Republican than his current seat (it went from R+15 to R+13). But that dividend is offset by the other key factor of redistricting: new constituents. Two-thirds of the 4th District is new to Matheson, which means he'll have to start from scratch with a broad portion of a conservative electorate instead of appealing to voters who have crossed party lines to support him before.
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