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Find out who is organizing around Redistricting in your state.


This is a list of groups who are organizing around Redistricting in this state.

Native American Rights Fund

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    NARF is a non-profit 501c(3) organization that focuses on applying existing laws and treaties to guarantee that national and state governments live up to their legal obligations.

Alaskans for Fair Redistricting

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    Alaskans For Fair Redistricting (AFFR) is a coalition of Alaska Native groups, organized labor, public interest and community organizations. AFFR was created amid the 2000 redistricting process to ensure an equitable map for the people of Alaska. AFFR’s membership includes redistricting veterans who have a clear scope of the necessary strategic process and data aggregation needed to achieve an equitable map.

Alaskans for Fair and Equitable Redistricting

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    AFFER was formed 2010 and again in 2021 to provide technical support and consulting services to Alaskan organization needing to participate in the Statewide redistricting process. Our goal is to drawing good boundaries that follow easily identifiable lines and geographic features ,that also protect communities, regional interests and legal rights of individuals.

Alaska Public Interest Research Group

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    AKPIRG is the only consumer advocacy and research organization in the state. We are non-partisan and focus on consumer and good governance issues, especially when inconsistent with moneyed, powerful or other special interests.

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