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Public engagement and transparency in the redistricting process can empower voters and potentially improve our state’s low levels of civic engagement. In this last redistricting cycle, Tennessee legislators provided minor improvements in both engagement and transparency from 2011-2012, but most other states involved their residents more deeply.

Our latest brief, 2021-2022 Redistricting Process Key Findings: Opportunities Exist to Deepen Public Engagement and Enhance Transparency, reviews 2021-2022 redistricting processes and makes recommendations for how Tennessee can incorporate best practices drawn from peer states for increasing transparency and public engagement in the 2031-2032 redistricting cycle.

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