Redistricting Simulation Wrap-up
Simulation participants presented their final maps and explained their process in developing their map. Then, Michelle Davis, Peter Wattson, Jeff Wice and Clark Bensen asked questions a court would ask regarding a redistricting map and had participants defend their decisions.
The Public Wants a Role in Redistricting, Too
- This cycle, the public will be more aware of, and engaged in, redistricting than ever before. Find out what states are doing to make it easier for people to offer their comments and submit their own maps for consideration.
- A conversation with Michael Li (The Brennan Center, New York) and Representative Kevin Bratcher (Kentucky)
Translating New Maps for New Elections
- Redistricting ends when maps are adopted, but that’s just the beginning for election officials. They must redraw precincts based on the new districts, a Herculean task. We examined how GIS can be employed to ensure accuracy in elections.
- Presented by Tammy Patrick (Democracy Fund, Washington, D.C.)