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50-State Strategy: Idaho

Power-Building Strategy: Build support for popular, progressive policies using ballot initiatives. In the Red States section of the 2040 Project, we highlight Idaho as a model for how to use ballot initiatives to advance progressive power and build for the

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50-State Strategy: Illinois

Power-Building Strategy: Draw a 14-3 Democratic congressional map as part of the redistricting process. Democrats in Illinois currently hold 13 congressional seats to the GOP’s five. Illinois is likely to lose a

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50-State Strategy: Idaho

Power-Building Strategy: Build support for popular, progressive policies using ballot initiatives. In the Red States section of the 2040 Project, we highlight Idaho as a model for how to use ballot initiatives

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50-State Strategy: Hawaii

Power-Building Strategy: Commit to a broad pro-voter agenda. Hawaii does a pretty good job of electing Democrats. In 2020, Democrats decreased the number of Republicans in the legislature from seven to five. 

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50-State Strategy: Florida

Power-Building Strategy: Rebuild from the ground up. Florida is a challenging state. In 2020, Democrats lost two House seats and the presidency. A series of close gubernatorial elections have kept the GOP

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50-State Strategy: Delaware

Power-Building Strategy: Commit to a broad pro-voting rights agenda. Delaware, like Connecticut, has done a good job of consistently electing Democrats to statewide office in recent history and Democrats control both chambers

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50-State Strategy: Colorado

Power-Building Strategy: Build for the long term with continued investments in districts like CO-3. Colorado, good job. Colorado gets high marks on many areas of our power-building metrics. Both of its US

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50-State Strategy: Alaska

Power-Building Strategy: Turn Alaska purple. In the US Senate section of EveryDistrict’s 2040 Report, we model projected control of the Senate over the next twenty years. Alaska emerged as a state that

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