Citizens holding virtual meeting to address gerrymandering in Ohio

Last year the Ohio Redistricting Commission was responsible for redrawing the legislative maps in the state.

The process took time, with several maps being ruled unconstitutional by the Ohio Supreme Court. The latest map has been in place since September, but some people are still frustrated with the process.

The Ohio redistricting commission spent 16 months — and several attempts — to approve a set of state legislative maps. The Ohio Supreme Court ruled several maps presented were unconstitutional. The ruling was that the maps were gerrymandered, and so the court ordered them to be redrawn.

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