Welcome to ReshapeOhio.org!
Every 10 years, following the decennial census, Ohio General Assembly and Congressional districts are redrawn to reflect changes in the state’s population in two parallel, but separate processes. The goal of each is to preserve the important one person-one vote principle – that all citizens are equally represented at the Statehouse and in the United States Capitol.
The Legislative Task Force on Redistricting, the state Apportionment Board and Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted were proud to provide this online portal whereby Ohioans were able to participate more fully in the redistricting process.
Through ReshapeOhio.org, Ohioans could…
Gain a better understanding of the redistricting process and
Follow the proceedings of the state Apportionment Board and the committees set up by both chambers of the Ohio General Assembly to take public testimony on the drawing of congressional districts.
Map-drawers were even given the opportunity to formally submit state legislative maps for consideration by the Ohio Apportionment Board or send their Congressional district maps to state legislators for review.
Thank you for your interest in ReshapeOhio.org.
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