So Maine has to do some redistricting, because the 2010 census revealed that there's a population difference of 8,667 between the two districts. The Democratic plan would move one town (with a population of 4,340) from District 1 to District 2, leaving an 13 person difference (the article says it'd only be 11 people, but they got their math wrong). The Republican plan involved moving 139 municipalities (which contain over 360,000 people), leaving a reported difference of 1 person. According to data from the Democrats, this would give District 2 an increase of ~10,000 Republicans voters (no word on how it would affect District 1's composition). One of the Republicans defended their plan by questioning how many people even know who their representative is (Hint: We only have two, so it's not like there's a lot of possible confusion).
Apparently, Republicans didn't think eliminating same-day voter registration, which we've had for nearly 40 years, was enough to disenfranchise and confuse voters.