• Submit written statements or proposed maps online at www.Michigan.gov/MICRC. • Mail written statements or proposed maps to: MICRC, PO Box 30318, Lansing, MI 48909. Learn More about Michigan Redistricting • Ask MICRC commissioners to make a presentation in your community or to your group, in person or online. • Visit www.Michigan.gov/MICRC • Call (833.YOU.DRAW [833.968.3729] • Follow MICRC on social media. Like and share their posts. • https://www.facebook.com/RedistrictingMI/ • https://twitter.com/RedistrictingMI • https://www.instagram.com/redistrictingmi • https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=micrc
Public comment session in Lathrup Village.
Who Should Participate? Any Michigan resident with an opinion about how voting maps should be drawn in their district is urged to share their views with the MICRC. Citizen perspectives are wanted and needed to help commissioners make the best decisions for voters who expect and deserve fair representation. Communities of interest (COIs). are encouraged to weigh in on the process. COIs are groups who share specific characteristics, such as particular economic, cultural, or historical. How to Participate • Voice your opinions in-person to commissioners at any MICRC public hearing or meeting (onsite sign up is required). • Make your comments remotely during a hearing. Sign up is required at MICRC—Michigan Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission.
Edward Woods III is the communications and outreach director for the Michigan Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission. You may reach him at 517.335.3333 or WoodsE3@michigan.gov.
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