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End Prison Gerrymandering

This bill successfully passed both Chambers and will likely become law! It stops Parties, candidates and elected officials from using people who we don't allow to vote in prison to still count toward an electorate in order to "crack" or "pack" voting power.
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Passed!

  • Senate Bill passed the State Government & Tribal Relations Committee
  • Was fact-checked by "Rules"
  • Passed the House
  • All of both Chambers could vote on it

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Passed!

  • Bill filed
  • Passed the State Government & Elections Committee
  • Getting fact-checked by "Rules"
  • Passed the Senate; The bill now goes through the House (above)

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