Redistricting Reform Resource Center

Our Redistricting Reform Resource Center gives an overview of the redistricting process, beginning with the census and including proposed legislation and citizen-driven ballot initiatives aiming to change current redistricting procedures.

Redistricting, which takes place every ten years, is a critical component of our electoral system, and an important process for fair political representation. The way lines are drawn affects how and which politicians represent constituents’ interests. With the next redistricting cycle only four years away, lawmakers and stakeholders around the country are working on reforms that could change how redistricting is done in 2021.  

Our Redistricting Reform Resource Center gives an overview of the redistricting process, beginning with the census and including proposed legislation and citizen-driven ballot initiatives aiming to change current redistricting procedures.

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