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Door County Indivisible calls for redistricting

A local organization took their message calling for Fair Voting District Maps to a Joint Finance Committee Budget Hearing in Green Bay recently.  Door County Indivisible expressed concerns over Gerrymandering while calling for a non-partisan approach to drawing voting district maps.  Member Mike Brodd of Sister Bay says the last election exemplifies why Governor Tony Evers’ current proposal for redistricting after the 2020 census should be approved. 

 

 

Brodd adds that Fair Districts will give both Republican and Democratic parties an opportunity to win elections, help keep representatives accountable, and lead to compromise and a healthy democracy. 

 

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Left to Right: Judy Brodd, Jim Black, Glenna Peters, Mike Brodd, JoAnne

Morris, Renee Fiedler, Jack Fiedler. Not shown Cheryl Culver – Representatives of Indivisible

Door County at Joint Finance Committee State Budget Hearing Green Bay April 24, 2019.

 

 

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