What Does Congressional Redistricting Mean For The Greater Western New York Region

Does it seem like we’ve seen this story before? In compliance with the law of  New York State, a bipartisan commission redraws the congressional district lines. The Democrat super majority in Albany doesn’t like these lines so they reject and redraw their own. Sounds like 2022, doesn’t it? Click the link below for this week’s episode of The State of Greater Western New York Report to see why things aren’t quite the same in 2024 = and what that means to Congressional Districts in the Greater Western New York Region.

William F.B. O’Reilly, a Republican strategist who specializes in New York State politics, sat down as the guest on this week’s show. He started by explaining exactly what happened in 2022 and why it happened. He then told us how the Democrats managed to get a judge to reverse the prior judicial ruling that caused the congressional district lines to be redrawn in 2024. Liberal newspapers condemned the Democrat strategy.  How did the Democrats respond? Add what did the Republicans have to say about it? The answer might surprise you.

In the second half of the show, O’Reilly got into a lively discussion about the consequences of Democrat overreach and what that means for New York State.

Our guest happily answered questions from the live audience. In fact, these are probably some of the same questions you had. Would you like to be a live audience member so you can ask our guests questions? Click here to join the growing number of members who share your feelings on StateOf.GreaterWesternNewYork.com because then we can automatically send you the link to watch our shows live.

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