Independent MI Redistricting Commission Makes Hearings More Accessible

 

DEARBORN, Mich. -- The independent commission charged with drawing Michigan's new voting district maps for the next decade is seeking public comments from residents across the state, including those who can't make it to in-person hearings or don't have internet access.

Michigan's 211 statewide helpline has partnered with the commission to help folks register via telephone to give their input.

Rebecca Szetela, vice-chair of the Michigan Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission, said hundreds of comments have been received so far, in-person and online, with thoughts on how their voting d...



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