YNN’s Alana Rocha filed the above video report.

A federal court in San Antonio has issued new congressional and state House maps in time for Texas to hold a May 29 primary, and some minority groups are not happy.

LULAC told YNN they are specifically disappointed to see Travis County divided up into five different congressional districts.

A March 3 deadline had been set by election officials who said they needed maps before that day in order to keep the tentative primary date of May 29. The nine groups contesting the state’s political districts could still file an appeal.

Minority groups accused the Republican-controlled Legislature of drawing maps that discriminated against them. The state’s leaders say the maps merely give Republicans an advantage in the next election.

Click here to view the new map.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.