The decennial Census in 2020 has already made news in Illinois for at least the last two years — especially given dismal predictions that the state stands to lose one, or even two, Congressional seats as the state continues to lose population.

But it’s what happens in 2021 with that Census data that will alter the course of Illinois politics for the next decade, as officials divvy up the state into voting districts.

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