Please join the Map-A-Thon team April 11th at 7PM to learn more about the Executive Council redistricting map, and prepare testimony for the map's upcoming public hearing.
While the glaringly gerrymandered District 2 no longer runs from river to sea, the district is still packed with Democrat leaning towns. This waters down the votes of Democrats, and all but silences the Republican voters. Likewise, this leaves District 4 with Republican lean, watering down the votes of Republicans here and silencing the votes of Democrats. The Executive Council map was also passed in the Senate without a public hearing, a shame, as voters deserve input and transparency in a process that influences the outcome of elections for the next 10 years.
Come learn how your community fares with the legislature's proposed map. The NH House Special Committee on Redistricting needs to hear YOUR testimony at the hearing on April 14th at 10:30AM. Your testimony will help the committee make these maps fair for all Granite Staters.