VPAP.org has maps of the proposed voting districts with partisan breakdowns here.
From the Washington Post:
But VPAPâ€™s analysis suggests the new state House map would become a little more favorable for Republicans. Under the current map, 53 favor Democrats, 39 lean Republican and eight are toss-ups, VPAP found. The proposal would make 50 tilt blue and 40 lean red, leaving 10 up for grabs.
As for the state Senate maps, VPAP found that the proposed maps would do little to upset the partisan tilt of the closely divided chamber, which Democrats currently control 21 to 19.
Princetonâ€™s analysis suggests a Senate with 24 seats favoring Democrats and 16 tilted Republican, but finds three of the seats competitive.