Michigan House Dems introduce resolution to require bipartisan redistricting, prohibit gerrymandering
A nonpartisan issue that’s about fairness over politics
Yesterday, Democrats in the Michigan State House introduced a Joint Resolution that would significantly reform the redistricting process that happens every decade after the national Census. In contrast to the current process where the political party that is in control creates districts that favor their candidates and makes it harder for the opposition party to win seats, the new process would be conducted by a bipartisan commission, would be far more transparent, would allow input from any Michigan citizen and, perhaps most importantly, would prohibit the type of gerrymandering that currently plagues our state.
Details on this extremely important resolution, House Joint Resolution I, after thejump.Read more ›