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MICHIGAN REDISTRICTING

 

MICHIGAN REDISTRICTING: A MODEL FOR THE NATION?

EVALUATING THE STATE'S NEW MAPS AND PROCESS

See a very special IPPSR/CLOSUP webinar on Michigan redistricting: a model for the nation? Evaluating the state's new maps and process. On the panel: IPPSR Director Matt Grossmann, tonight's moderator, and political scientist Dr. Jon Eguia, lead researcher on the reports on this page.

We hope you'll complete the evaluation for this program and for the landmark redistricting process. It helps us design and enrich excellent public policy programming. Click here to complete the survey.

Our thanks to IPPSR's Office of Survey Research, Assistant OSR Director Del Solis and OSR Senior Survey Specialist Karen Clark. We are indebted as well to IPPSR Graduate Fellow Nick Pigeon.

IPPSR REDISTRICTING MAP ANALYSIS AND REPORT, V2.1

December 2021 updated analysis of proposed maps governing U.S. Congress, state House of Representatives and state Senate districts in Michigan as drawn collaboratively and by individual members of the Michigan Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission. The analysis is lead by Dr. Jon Eguia, Michigan State University economist with IPPSR Director Dr. Matt Grossmann. The report was supported through a grant from The Joyce Foundation and represents the work of IPPSR alongside the Center for Local, State and Urban Policy (CLOSUP) in the Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan. A final analysis is expected to be available by summer 2022.

REDISTRICTING COMMISSION VOTING PROCEDURE RECOMMENDATIONS

As the Michigan Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission works toward its final deadlines, IPPSR, under a grant from The Joyce Foundation, has shared this set of recommendations for voting procedures to assure trust, faith and integrity in the plans that will govern state voting for the next decade.

 

IPPSR REDISTRICTING MAP ANALYSIS AND REPORT, V2.0

November 2021 analysis of proposed maps governing U.S. Congress, state House of Representatives and state Senate districts in Michigan. The analysis is lead by Dr. Jon Eguia, Michigan State University economist, with IPPSR Director Dr. Matt Grossmann. The report was supported through a grant from The Joyce Foundation. IPPSR worked alongside the Center for Local, State and Urban Policy (CLOSUP) in the Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan. Periodic updates are expected more data becomes available. A final analysis is expected to be available by summer 2022.

 

IPPSR REDISTRICTING DRAFT MAP ANALYSIS AND REPORT, V1.1

October 2021 analysis led by Dr. Jon Eguia, economist at Michigan State University, with IPPSR Director Dr. Matt Grossmann. The report was supported through a grant from The Joyce Foundation. IPPSR worked alongside the Center for Local, State and Urban Policy (CLOSUP) in the Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan. This report is intended as a living document, to be revised as research and map updates are available. Periodic updates are expected and another report is due in summer 2022.

 

IPPSR UPDATE: ANALYSIS OF INDIVIDUAL COMMISSIONER'S DRAFT PROPOSED REDISTRICTING MAPS

This analysis reviews draft proposed maps drawn by individual Michigan Independent Citizen Redistricting Commission members. Issued in October, this report is a complement to the more comprehensive IPPSR Redistricting Draft Map Analysis and Report.

 

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES