The Columbus Dispatch: Ohio may lose congressional seat amid redistricting changes

The Buckeye State is growing, just not as fast as those in the South and West that are in line to expand their delegations in Washington, D.C. Several prognosticators have Ohio among about 10 states that will lose a seat, while Florida, Texas and others mostly in the Sunbelt should add to their delegations.

"What really matters is the quality of the count varies by location,” said David Niven, associate professor of political science at the University of Cincinnati. “It’s really in each state’s interest to encourage full census participation.”

Read more of Niven's comments in The Columbus Dispatch

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