My last diary looked at redistricting possibilities in 2021 if Oregon gained a 6th district in reapportionment. This diary will consider several if Oregon remained at only 5 districts. These are maps that would supposedly be drawn by Democrats in control of the state legislature, unless otherwise stated.
As a result, the 1st, 3rd, and 2nd districts all get a little more Republican, though the 1st and 3rd are still safely Democrat, and the 4th and 5th get 2 or so points more Democratic, making them much safer.
1st: 57.6 (-1.28 from the current district)
2nd: 40.84 (-0.75 from the current district)
3rd: 73.78 (-0.7 from the current district)
4th: 56.04 (+2.55 over the current district)
5th: 53.81 (+2.08 over the current district)
This second map I don't like as much, because the 4th district is really screwed up from a community of interest perspective, but here it is.
My 4th district is the really different one, losing most of its territory south of Lane County, with the exception of Coos County and an arm on the Douglas County coast connecting them. It has also lost one of its Democratic base counties: Benton, which is a tough loss to the district, but it picks up Democrats elsewhere. The base of the district is still in undivided Lane County, where Congressman DeFazio is from (well, where he lives; he's originally from Massachusetts). It also retains Linn County, which is solidly red but DeFazio tends to do decently in. The rest of the district is new. This includes a 50-50 (partisan-wise) part of Deschutes County, which includes Bend and parts of the county west of there. From there it goes up and takes in Jefferson County, which is Republican but is also small, Wasco County which is only slightly Republican leaning (Obama lost it by 19 votes this year), and dark blue Hood River County, plus it reaches west from there to take in eastern, southern, and most of central Clackamas County, including Molalla, Estacada, Sandy, Mulino, Colton, and the Mount Hood Villages. This district is a crazy mish-mash of several different communities, some which are trending Democratic, some that are trending Republican. On the whole, though, Obama did a bit better here than the current 4th.
The 5th district doesn't change so drastically, but it does lose Tillamook County and all of it's two precincts in Portland, as well as some of it's more conservative parts of Clackamas County, and goes from having 4 rural precincts in Benton County to all of it. Schrader keeps his base in the Clackamas County suburbs, including his home, and all but a few rural precincts of his old state senate district.
1st district: 57.46 (-1.42 from the current)
2nd district: 38.76 (-2.83 from the current)
3rd district: 76.84 (+2.36 over the current)
4th district: 53.95 (+0.46 over the current)
5th district: 53.61 (+1.88 over the current)