Two maps show why both sides are trying to change election rules ASAP

Which side wins could very much determine who controls the Senate and House in 2022 and the White House in 2024.
You'll note that three states have seen the most bills introduced: Arizona, Georgia and Pennsylvania.
Those were also the three states at the heart of former President Donald Trump's falsehoods about the 2020 election being stolen.
The 2020 election results were decisive: Biden got 306 electoral votes and Trump got 232.
No wonder Republicans are focusing their suppression efforts on those president-making states, where the state legislatures are all currently controlled by the GOP.
You also have to remember that with the 2020 Census, a number of states will either gain or lose electoral votes.
If you apply the 2020 state results to the 2024 electoral votes, Biden's margin of victory shrinks by four votes.
Two states have flipped from two Republican senators to two Democratic senators in the past several years -- Georgia and Arizona -- have Senate seats up for election in 2022.
A number of states have such commissions, but the majority still allow state legislatures to draw lines and state legislatures have a habit of making districts dominated by one party or the other, which has cemented a partisan atmosphere in Washington.
Check out the winning percentages for four incoming members of Congress in the state: 62%, 49%, 50% and 51.3%.
In the election in the state's 2nd District, the Republican candidate leads the Democrat candidate by six -- SIX!
oppose ending the filibuster custom, which means it's destined to die in the Senate again this year.