New York congressional, Senate redistricting maps released by

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New York's final congressional and Senate redistricting maps were released in Saturday's early hours, bringing the controversial process to a close and throwing the Democrats' bid for widespread congressional wins into uncertainty. 

The process in New York and other states has been under a microscope as Democrats seek to maintain their razor-thin margin in the U.S. House in a year when Republicans are expected to win big across the country. 

New York's Court of Appeals struck down New York's Legislature-drawn maps last month, saying they amounted to a partisan gerrymander in favor of Democrats, and that lawmakers didn't follow a predetermined independent redistricting process that voters greenlit in 2014.


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