Because of population changes around the country, New York is set to lose two members of Congress this year, going from 29 seats in the House of Representatives to 27.
Just how those districts would get redrawn and which members of Congress might get squeezed out in the process has been a matter of debate.
This morning, the picture got a lot clearer with the release of a draft proposal from federal magistrate Roanne Mann.
Most districts would remain largely the same, but there are some big changes, including a new Queens district that is almost 40 percent Asian and could leave Democrat Gary Ackerman out of a job.
The biggest potential loser is Republican Bob Turner, who won the special election to fill Anthony Weiner’s seat.
According to the proposed maps, the freshman congressman's district would be eliminated and absorbed into several other districts.
Nevertheless, Turner is not surrendering.