What's Next For Ohio Legislative Redistricting Following Supreme Court Ruling
The Ohio Supreme Court yesterday struck down state house and senate district maps saying that the Republican-controlled redistricting commission did not draw districts that correspond with the statewide voter preference of Ohioans.
The court also ordered the commission to adopt new maps that meet constitutional muster within 10 days.
Today on All Sides, we take a look at where state legislative redistricting in Ohio goes from here.
- Jessie Balmert, state government reporter with the USA TODAY Network Ohio Bureau
- Jen Miller, executive director for League of Women Voters of Ohio
- Andre Washington, the Ohio State President of the A. Philip Randolph Institute
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