Several State Rep and Senate races in Greater Danbury can be determined based on changing district boundries. A change in the boundres of district held by state lawmakers such as State State Julie Kushner (24 dist), State Rep Raghib Allie-Brennan (2nd dist) and Ken Gucker (138th dist) can benefit the incumbents will face a VERY challenging political landscape and most beleive stand a good chance at losing re-election.
I hope you're payign attention...trust me when I say that state lawmakers are paying VERY close attention as their future can be determined on the borderline of their district.
The General Assembly’s bipartisan Reapportionment Commission is expected to vote Thursday on new maps for the 151 state House Districts to reflect population shifts counted by the pandemic-delayed 2020 Census.
On Wednesday, the House and Senate members of the commission emerged from their separate negotiating sessions with a deal on the House map but work remaining on the Senate map, according to House leaders.
As was the case 10 years ago, the commission might not set boundaries of the state’s five U.S. House districts by the Nov. 30 deadline, subjecting the congressional map to review by the Connecticut Supreme Court.