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Redistricting should be about community representation

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Drawing fair districts

Redistricting happens only once every 10 years. Help your community be heard.

Gerrymandering rigs elections

Gerrymandering has been used over decades to protect incumbents, safeguard partisan interests and—most perniciously—dilute the voting power of communities of color. Such gerrymanders are a form of voter suppression and contrary to equitable representation.

Protect your community by participating in the redistricting process

Publicly available data can be used to define communities, draw maps, identify racial, partisan or other gerrymanders, and evaluate the fairness and accountability of proposed redistricting plans


The Redistricting Data Hub is a one-stop shop for the data you need to fight for fair representation

Our Team

Members of the Redistricting Data Hub have been involved in some of the biggest nonpartisan redistricting fights for fair representation over the last decade. We’ve won repeatedly.

Our Partners

Our partners include academics and redistricting experts on our Data Advisory Council as well as redistricting professionals from civil rights organizations and good government groups on our Stakeholder Advisory Council.