See the new maps Michigan’s redistricting commission approved for Congress, House and Senate

Taken together, the maps are significantly more competitive than current political district maps, although partisan fairness metrics used by the commission show the maps slightly favor Republicans. It was the culmination of a months-long process that marked the first test of an independent, citizen-led commission drawing Michigan’s political maps instead of the Legislature. Michigan’s redistricting commission wants to see your ideal political maps. With census data in hand, Michigan’s redistricting commission to start drafting new political mapsWhat they’ve proposed:All the proposed maps can be viewed here. Mapping Michigan: Here’s where the political redistricting process standsWith 9 maps proposed, Michigan redistricting heads into final public comment phaseLegal questions abound, but Michigan redistricting commission has 9 mapsSix regions to watch as Michigan’s redistricting commission moves closer to finalizing political mapsMichigan redistricting commission approves state Senate draft map in surprise voteSee the 10 draft maps Michigan’s redistricting commission wants the public to considerDraft maps for new Michigan legislative districts currently favor Republicans, analysis showsSee the Michigan redistricting commission’s proposed state Senate districtsRedistricting commission drafts political districts in Southern, Central MichiganThe process so far:Michigan redistricting commission votes against releasing memos from controversial closed meetingBefore making changes to political maps, Michigan’s redistricting commission retreats behind closed doorsTension builds as Detroit redistricting commissioners seek major changes to political mapsMichigan redistricting commission meeting delayed due to emailed threatMichigan’s redistricting commission promised transparency.