This post was last updated on April 23, 2022.
Michigan has a new congressional district map, thanks to the Michigan's Independent Redistricting Commission. Michigan lost one seat in redistricting, and is left with 13. The commission drew some poor lines, and skewed several districts (3 and 8) to the left in the name of partisan fairness, but also created several districts (7 and 10) that are winnable for each side.
Michigan Redistricting: Congressional Map Approved
Several incumbents had to move. There have been two retirements, and there will be one incumbent-v-incumbent primary and two open seats. There will also be several interesting general election races. Consider the districts in detail.
The election data for each district is the R candidates for President 2016 (P16), Attorney General 2018 (AG18), Governor 2018 (G18), and President 2020 (P20). (There was 1-5% of the vote for third party candidates in these races.)