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U.S. Census Bureau Releases 2020 Census Demographic Data to Kick Off Wisconsin Redistricting 2021

When redistricting is fair, transparent, and includes everyone, our maps are more likely to be representative and secure free, fair, and responsive elections for the next decade. That is why we are advocating for a process that prioritizes opportunities for meaningful public input, public access to the redistricting data used by mapmakers in Wisconsin, and a mapmaking process conducted openly rather than behind closed doors.

Vos & Fitzgerald Untruthful About Legality of Ending Partisan Gerrymandering

Send Robin Vos and Scott Fitzgerald a message that voters should pick their elected representatives, rather than the politicians picking which voters they get to represent.

The Battle Against Partisan Gerrymandering in Wisconsin Progresses This Summer

State legislators are hearing from their constituents, including many CC/WI Members, calling for an end to partisan gerrymandering in Wisconsin. Keep applying pressure on your state legislators. It's working!

“Iowa Model” Redistricting Reform Legislation Publicly Presented

The "Iowa Model" redistricting measure has been introduced, with bi-partisan support, in the Wisconsin Legislature and will be formally rolled out by the lead sponsors on Tuesday, July 16 at 10:30 AM in the Assembly Parlor of the State Capitol.

Counties in 32 of 33 WI State Senate Districts & 91 of 99 Assembly Districts Back Ending Partisan Gerrymandering

An analysis by CC/WI Board member and former state representative Penny Bernard Schaber demonstrates that Wisconsin voters and their local elected officials throughout the state overwhelmingly support ending partisan gerrymandering.

Vos, Fitzgerald, Nygren & Darling: Wisconsin Taxpayers to Continue to Pay for Partisan Gerrymandering

The Republican Chairs of the Wisconsin Legislature's Joint Finance Committee announced today that they will take non-partisan redistricting reform out of Gov. Tony Evers' 2019-2021 biennium budget proposal – despite overwhelming support for this reform.

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