Michigan redistricting: a model for the nation? Evaluating the state's new maps and process
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Michigan has brand new electoral maps designed through an innovative new process, and the state's politics will never be the same. This webinar will analyze and evaluate Michigan’s new redistricting approach and new maps. The discussion will offer a national perspective, comparing Michigan’s new approach of an Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission with approaches in other states. Will Michigan's new model inspire reform in other states? Join us for a lively discussion on these critical topics that will shape elections and decision making in Michigan for the next decade.
Matt Grossmann, director, Institute for Public Policy and Social Research and professor of political science at Michigan State University.
David Daley, senior fellow, FairVote and author, Unrigged
Jon X. Eguia, professor of economics and (by courtesy) of political science, Michigan State University
Nancy Wang, executive director, Voters Not Politicians
Edward Woods III, communications and outreach director, Michigan Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission
Voters Not Politicians is proud to partner with the following event sponsors: Center for Local, State and Urban Policy (CLOSUP) at the University of Michigan’s Ford School of Public Policy, and Michigan State University’s Institute for Public Policy and Social Research (IPPSR). Co-sponsors: Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, League of Women Voters of Michigan, University of Michigan’s Program in Practical Policy Engagement, and Detroit Public Television.
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