PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona was among the fastest-growing states during the past decade, but its population of 7.15 million was not enough to give it a 10th congressional seat.
U.S. Census Bureau data released Monday shows Arizona will continue to have nine congressional seats.
It also will be unable to add a 12th presidential electoral vote as some had anticipated. Democrat Joe Biden's narrow victory in Arizona made it among a handful of swing states instrumental in determining the presidential contest.
Arizona had gained at least one U.S. House seat in every census since 1950.