Groups gathering signatures to get citizen-led statewide redistricting commission on the 2024 ballot


Groups are starting to collect signatures to get a constitutional amendment on the Nov. 2024 ballot that would scrap Ohio’s current system for drawing legislative and congressional district maps and create a new one.

The amendment, if it passes, would scrap the Ohio Redistricting Commission, which was created in 2018 when Ohio voters passed a constitutional amendment with over 70% of the vote. The amendment would then create a new citizen-led redistricting commission with 15 members split evenly between registered Republicans, Democrats and Independents.