Redistricting

Our choices in the voting booth over the next 10 years will depend on the district lines that are drawn.

Redistricting is the process of drawing boundaries for electoral and political districts in the U.S. and is usually done every ten years after the census. The last U.S. census took place in 2020 and all states must adjust their voting districts to align with changes in population. The U.S. Constitution requires each Representative in Congress represent an equal number of citizens and mandates a census to determine the number of citizens and apportion seats to each state.

Good Governance Symposium Series- Session II: Redistricting Reform

Watch the webinar on Redistricting hosted by the Charleston Chapter of the League of Women Voters …
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Introduction

Explore our series by Dr. John Ruoff on redistricting …
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