New York Democrats Want to Gerrymander Hispanic Woman Out of a Seat in Congress

POLITICS & POLICY

On Sunday night, New York Democrats proposed a new congressional map that would likely shift the state’s U.S. House delegation from 19 Democrats and eight Republicans to 22 Democrats and four Republicans (the state is lost one seat in reapportionment).

One of the likely Republican casualties from the New York Democrats’ gerrymander is Nicole Malliotakis:

Malliotakis, the 41-year-old daughter of Cuban and Greek immigrants, was “Staten Island’s first Hispanic elected official.” She unseated a white male Democratic congressman in 2020.

Apparently the Democratic Party’s commitment to diversity only extends so far.

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