Democracy advocates promote online tool for community feedback on redistricting

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File photo of the Indiana Statehouse

INDIANAPOLIS — Later this year, lawmakers will redraw district maps across the state.

Now, the All IN for Democracy Citizens Commission asking for community feedback with the help of a new online tool.

It’s called “District-R,” a citizens commission and public mapping contest.

It’s a website that allows the public to redesign districting maps in their state based on research anyone can understand.

Julia Vaughn with Common Cause Indiana explained, “While people are welcome to tinker around on the website and try out the software, we won’t start the mapping competition until new census data becomes available this fall.”

Click here to check it out.

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