The highly effective Republican Party program called Redmap focused on gaining control of as many state legislatures as possible in order to redraw congressional districts to maximum advantage after the 2010 Census. Accordingly, the congressional delegation in the bellwether state of Ohio flipped from 10-8 in favor of the Democrats to 4-12 after redistricting. In Pennsylvania, Democrats received only 28 percent of the House seats in spite of receiving 51 percent of the vote statewide. Nationally, in the last three elections held under the prior 2000 Census, Republicans received 46.2 percent of the popular vote and won 47.6 percent of all House seats. Since Redmap following the 2010 Census, however, Republicans have received 49.6 percent of the popular vote nationally, but have been awarded and have locked in majorities of 55.3 percent.