Redistricting Changes Amendment


Those that vote “yes” for the ballot are implementing the following: changing voting thresholds for the implementation of redistricting plan if one party controls both legislative chambers, incarcerated persons will now be counted at their last place of residence for redistricting, residents who are not citizens will be counted even if the federal census does not do so, remove the block-on-border rule (blocks must be placed at the border of districts in certain districts), the maximum number of state senators is 63, and moving up the timeline for redistricting along with repealing any language that has no effect. Those that vote “no” oppose all of the aforementioned.



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