In New Jersey, maps are drawn and implemented by a bipartisan commission that is made up of elected officials and citizens. Maps drawn in the 2021 redistricting process will be in place for the next ten years, so it is crucial that New Jerseyans 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:
- Saturday, November 13, 10 am ET: Middlesex County College, West Hall, 2600 Woodbridge Avenue, Edison, New Jersey, 08818 (Mask required) | RSVP to Join In-person or Virtually
- Monday, November 15, 6 pm ET: Rowan University, Chamberlain Student Center, Eynon Ballroom, 201 Mullica Hill Road, Glassboro, New Jersey, 08028 (Mask required) | RSVP to Join In-person or Virtually
- Tuesday, November 16, 12 pm ET: Stockton University, Atlantic City Campus, John F. Scarpa Academic Center, Fannie Lou Hamer Event Room, 3711 Atlantic Avenue, Atlantic City, New Jersey, 08401 (Mask required) | RSVP to Join In-person or Virtually
- Tuesday, November 23, 6 pm ET: Register for Updates
- Wednesday, December 8, 12 pm ET: Register for Updates
- Friday, December 10, 10 am ET: New Jersey State House in Trent (Maske required) | Register for Updates
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 New Jersey to learn more about how you can be a voice for your community.