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Redistricting should be about community representation

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We have relevant Census and American Community Survey (ACS) tables, election results matched to precinct boundaries, population projections, and much more.

Drawing fair districts

Redistricting happens only once every 10 years.
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Gerrymandering rigs elections

Gerrymandering has been used over decades to protect incumbents, safeguard partisan interests and—most perniciously—dilute the voting power of communities of color. Such gerrymanders are a form of voter suppression and contrary to equitable representation.

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Black and white image of Capitol Rotunda

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Publicly available data can be used to define communities, draw maps, identify racial, partisan or other gerrymanders, and evaluate the fairness and accountability of proposed redistricting plans

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