NCEC Services Inc. Chief Officer Tom Bonier Available For Interview to Comment on New Redistricting Data Released This Week For New Jersey, Virginia, Louisiana, Mississippi
WASHINGTON, Feb. 4, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- With early data released by the U.S. Census Bureau showing significant changes in Hispanic and migrant populations in New Jersey, Virginia, Louisiana and Mississippi, experts who will draw the maps see changes that may serve as indicators for the nation as a whole.
NCEC Services Inc. Chief Operating Officer Tom Bonier, whose firm drives redistricting strategy across the country using cutting-edge technology to analyze more than 1,500 data points for every voter, said redistricting is the most important process in electoral politics.
"It completely rearranges the playing field once a decade, setting the stage for the next ten years," said Bonier. "Ten years ago almost 30 incumbents were eliminated through redistricting. If Democrats are to have a chance of retaking the House, they must thread the proverbial needle in this round of redistricting, outsmarting the GOP, while the Republicans enjoy the upper hand in terms of control of the process."
Next week, Arkansas, Indiana, Iowa, and Maryland will receive their Census data. All states will have complete numbers by April 1.
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