18. March 2024 · Comments Off on Indivisible WIN Redistricting April 6, 2024 · Categories: Elections, Recent Events

If you are concerned with fair representation in Washington state, we invite you to join Washington Indivisible Network (WIN) for a People First Redistricting presentation and Q&A on Saturday, April 6th – 10:30am-12pm on zoom.

The Soto Palmer v Hobbs Federal lawsuit declared a Yakima Valley district (LD15) discriminatory towards Latino voters. Redrawing this district may force the re.drawing of 12 additional legislative districts in central Washington. The State has deferred to the courts to draw the maps. The new maps must be finalized by March 25th.

Join Alison McCaffree, from the LWV, to learn more about the change in the boundaries and how we can make systematic changes to the redistricting process that assure communities have the best chance to elect the representative of their choosing in the future.

People First Redistricting 

April 6th from 10:30-12pm


Hannah Oliver 
Senior Regional Organizer
Pronouns: They/Them

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