House Republicans question ‘political interference’ in 2020 census

House Republicans question ‘political interference’ in 2020 census


A group of House Republicans are raising questions about alleged “political interference” in the final census numbers, which are used to determine the number of congressional districts in each state. 

In a letter sent to Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo, the group — led by House Oversight and Reform Ranking Member James Comer (R-Ky) — the group argued there were inconsistencies from the projections on the number of seats Republican-leaning states were expected to gain and Democrat-leaning states were projected to lose. 

“We write today with concerns about the apportionment count released by the Census Bureau, and whether the process which derived the count was fair, accurate, and independent from any White House interference,” the letter said.  

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“Given the extra time it took to complete the 2020 Census – including not meeting the statutory deadlines by months – we have questions about the methodology and the role the Biden White House may have played in releasing these numbers, especially as

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