Here's another report on Sunflower redistricting that has a bit more credibility than all of those political pay-for-play partisan garbage blogs funded by mostly secret non-profit donations.
A peek at gamesmanship from both sides . . .
"Republicans go into elections next year looking to maintain legislative supermajorities and unseat Davids, while Democrats want to protect her and pick up legislative seats in growing areas. Lawmakers of both parties want to avoid being in a district with another incumbent."
Read more . . .
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - Ten years of population shifts will boost the clout of the Kansas City and Wichita areas in Kansas politics and fuel a fight over redrawing the district of the only Democrat representing the state in Congress.