The next decade is on the ballot in 2018
Besides the issues with curbing our President by taking control of the House and Senate, the state representatives elected this year will have a good chance of controlling redistricting.
From an article in Vox by Andrew Prokop
Whoever emerges victorious in key November races will have a huge amount of power over the next congressional redistricting — a crucial event in national politics that comes up only once every ten years. Last time around, Republicans dominated the process and walked away with such slanted district maps that they’ve held the House of Representatives easily ever since.
Stealing an election by Gerrymandering