In 2020, Governor John Bel Edwards fought to make sure every Louisianan was counted in the census, so we did not lose representation in Congress.
Now comes the real challenge: making sure that Louisiana's districts are fairly drawn.
Louisiana lawmakers have a choice this redistricting year to either draw Louisiana's congressional and state office districts through the lens of their partisan interests or through the lens of what is fair and right for the people of Louisiana.
Over the course of the next few months leading up to the 2022 Legislative session lawmakers will be traveling around the state to hear your thoughts on the redistricting process.
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We need your help to ensure that Louisiana's maps are drawn in a fair and nonpartisan way so that Gov. John Bel Edwards can continue making progress for the hard-working people of Louisiana.Chip in $10 today to help secure fair, nonpartisan districts in Louisiana. [[link removed]]
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