In Alabama maps are drawn and approved by the state legislature and signed into law by the governor. Maps drawn in the 2021 redistricting process will be in place for the next ten years, so it is crucial that Alabamians share their communities' needs with map drawers. Together we can ensure that all communities, no matter race, background, zip code, or income, are fairly represented in our map-drawing process and have equitable resources. Let your voice be heard by speaking out for your neighbors.
Your voice deserves to be heard! Here are ways you can elevate your voice and share about your community's needs with map drawers:
- Wednesday, September 15, 9 am CT: Coastal Alabama Community College, Tombigbee Room, 30755 US Highway 43, Thomasville, AL 36784 | Link to Watch
- Wednesday, September 15, 11 am CT: Wallace State Community College, Auditorium, 801 Main Street Northwest, Hanceville, AL 35077 | Link to Watch
- Wednesday, September 15, 2 pm CT: Gadsden State Community College, New Science Building Auditorium, 101 George Wallace Drive, Gadsden, AL 35902 | Link to Watch
- Wednesday, September 15, 4 pm CT: National Guard Armory, Richard Stone Building, 21578 US Hwy 82, Union Springs, AL | Link to Watch
- Thursday, September 16, 11 am CT: University of West Alabama, Webb Hall Room 239, 25 Webb Circle, Livingston, AL | Link to Watch
- Thursday, September 16, 2 pm CT: Coastal Alabama Community College, Centennial Hall, 440 Fairhope Avenue, Fairhope, AL 36532 | Link to Watch
- Thursday, September 16, 4 pm CT: Southern Union State Community College, Lake Room, 750 Roberts Street, Wadley, AL 36276 | Link to Watch
Connect With Your State League
The League is working to ensure that maps are not gerrymandered, but instead, drawn fairly and transparently, through our redistricting reform program People Powered Fair MapsTM. Connect with the LWV of Alabama to learn more about how you can be a voice for your community.