The State Senate's redistricting website presents plans which were submitted by several parties for consideration for their Congressional and Senatorial district remapping.
One Congressional plan was submitted jointly by Congressmen Mick Mulvaney and Joe Wilson, while the ACLU presented proposals for Congressional and Senatorial districts. The ACLU plans are the first and second images with this posting.
A quick review of the plans showed, with the exception of the ACLU plans, the presenters all considered the same basic structure - leaving the districts mostly as-is, except to pull back from the Pee Dee region, where the new Seventh District would be located.
The ACLU plans seemed to go out of its way to protect Democratic voting strength with little regard for keeping communities intact or making sense from a geographic standpoint. In their Congressional proposal, the new Seventh District would be a gerrymandered v-shaped creation reaching from Spartanburg to Manning to Bennettsville. Their Senate proposal includes all sorts of oddly-shaped districts with fingers and elongated shapes intended to keep Democratic Senators in uncontested districts and dilute pockets of GOP voters.
One source we talked with said the ACLU plans wouldn't go far, describing them as "good comedy material once you get over the partisan agenda".
John Demetre, a Charleston GOP activist, also crafted a Congressional district proposal that wasn't submitted to the Senate, but was pretty well done and want to give a plug here.
Both the Senate and House are working on plans, having completed a statewide tour of hearings to accept input. It is expected that they will be signed off by Governor Haley and then will either be submitted to the Justice Department for pre-clearance or directly to federal judges for their review.