Indiana Senate to Vote on New Legislative and Congressional District Maps

This is constitutionally required every 10 years following a new census.

Posted: Sep 24, 2021 3:12 PM
Updated: Sep 24, 2021 3:42 PM

The Indiana Senate is reconvening next week to discuss redistricting.

The vote will approve or deny maps for legislative and congressional districts in Indiana.

Maps being voted on were created following statewide public hearings. These allowed the public to share their opinions on redistricting with members of the General Assembly.

Redistricting is constitutionally required to take place every 10 years following the US census.

For more information on this session, visit the Indiana General Assembly website.

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It was another cool, though overall pleasant day across the Tri-State - after only seeing temperatures dive as low as 22° early this morning, peak temperatures ended up climbing a few degrees higher than Thursday's; that being said, Evansville’s high temperature of 27° Was still 15° below average for this time of the year. As for the evening ahead, temperatures will gradually fall for 23° around dinner time back down to 19° by10 PM. A weak northerly wind flow most of the night paired with our crystal clear skies will cause temperatures to of fall back down into the mid to low teens once again - Evansville's anticipated low temperature of 12° will mark or coolest since the morning of January 7th.
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