Minnesota will keep all eight of its congressional districts after all. Yesterday, the U.S. Census Bureau revealed the state pushed through by a slim margin of 89 people. It was feared that the state would lost a seat in Congress because it has been growing at a slower rate compared to others in the U.S. However, Minnesota’s congressional districts will still need to be redrawn as happens every 10 years. The state had the highest Census response rate in the nation at over 75-percent.