Significant Internet Resources
Census 2020 - From the U.S. Census Bureau.
Census 2020: Countdown to the Count - a redistricting resource page from the Minnesota State Demographic Center. The center analyzes and distributes data from state, U.S. Census Bureau and other sources.
Districting Principles for 2010 and Beyond -- NCSL's webpage compares districting criteria used by each state as it redrew legislative and congressional districts following the 2010 Census. It also includes new principles adopted by Colorado, Michigan, Missouri, New York, Ohio, and Utah for the 2020 cycle.
Election Dates for Legislators and Governors who do Redistricting - Information from the National Conference of State Legislatures.
Elections & Redistricting - Minnesota House Research publications on the topic of Redistricting.
Redistricting Reform - League of Women Voters: Minnesota web page with information on redistricting.
Historical Legislative and Congressional Maps - From the Minnesota Geographic Information Systems Office.
Redistricting - The National Conference of State Legislature's resource for information on the process, law and technology necessary for redistricting. See also their State Redistricting Commissions: State Legislative Plans page and Creation of Redistricting Commissions.
Redistricting and the Supreme Court: The Most Significant Cases -- NCSL's overview of the most significant Supreme Court decisions on redistricting from the last five decades.
Redistricting 2020 - Information from the Minnesota Legislature's Geographic Information Systems Office.
Additional Library Resources
For newspaper articles on the topic since 2009, check our Minnesota News Archive, Redistricting/Reapportionment 73.0
For materials prior to 2009, check the following codes in the Newspaper Clipping File and the Vertical File:
A34 - Apportionment
For additional reports with a Minnesota focus available through the Legislative Reference Library, use this Library catalog search:
Apportionment (Minnesota); Redistricting (Minnesota).
For further information on redistricting see: