Meeting on Redrawing Election Districts Comes to Evansville

A public meeting will be held Saturday on the Ivy Tech campus to allow comment on the process of redrawing election districts.

Posted: Aug 6, 2021 7:30 AM
Updated: Aug 6, 2021 8:24 AM

Ivy Tech in Evansville will be the site of a public meeting for people to provide feedback on Indiana's redistricting process.

State Rep. Tim O'Brien (R-Evansville) says, "Public input is vital and I encourage Hoosiers to attend a redistricting meeting to learn more and share their thoughts."

The state is required to redraw its districts for the U.S. House of Representatives, the Indiana House of Representatives, and Indiana Senate after the nationwide census every 10 years.

Meetings are being held in each of Indiana's nine congressional districts, grouped into geographic areas.

Those who wish to speak are asked to sign up beforehand.

The meeting is slated for 9-11am on Saturday, August 7, at The Commons on Ivy Tech's campus.

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