I have now used the Census numbers to draw up the final of my 3 redistricting maps in Wisconsin - the Wisconsin State Senate. This goes along with my prior Wisconsin maps of Congress, and the State Assembly. Much like with my Assembly map, I tried to keep the maps relatively compact and with common communities connected and major population centers not split up, if it at all possible. And the red vs blue breakdown is based on statewide election totals between 2016 and 2020.
Party with most votes in districts
My Map: GOP 20, Dem 13
Current Map: GOP 22, Dem 11
GOP 0 to +5- My map 4, Current map 4
GOP +5 to +10- My map 1, Current map 3
Dem 0 to +5- My map 2, Current map 1
Dem +5 to +10- My map 3, Current map 1
And if you go into the Milwaukee area, you can see that by binding nearby communities together and trying to keep districts contained within one county as much as possible, it made a couple of districts safer for Republicans. But it also made one district in Tosa/West Allis/Eastern Waukesha County bluer, and Racine and Kenosha Counties each have 1 competitive district vs the packed-and-cracked situation that exists today.