Category: Prison Gerrymandering

Prison Gerrymandering is the practice of skewing voter leverage through how incarcerated populations are counted in voting districts.  Our goal is to make elections more fair by counting people in their home district even if they are held in a prison in another district, so that their voice and their representation attach to their communities.  See posts and articles about our progress.


  • Legislative Spotlight: SB494

    Legislative Spotlight: SB494

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  • Prison Gerrymandering Bill Needs Support

    Prison Gerrymandering Bill Needs Support

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  • Support Needed to End Prison Gerrymandering

    Support Needed to End Prison Gerrymandering

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  • Maine is Latest State to End Prison Gerrymandering

    Maine is Latest State to End Prison Gerrymandering

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  • CALL TO ACTION. DEAR FRIENDS WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT

    CALL TO ACTION. DEAR FRIENDS WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT

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  • Take 2 Minutes to End Prison Gerrymandering

    Take 2 Minutes to End Prison Gerrymandering

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  • Support the call to end Prison Gerrymandering in Michigan

    Support the call to end Prison Gerrymandering in Michigan

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  • VAAC Prison Gerrymandering Work Group Wants YOU! Join Us!!

    VAAC Prison Gerrymandering Work Group Wants YOU! Join Us!!

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  • Help Us End Prison Gerrymandering in Michigan

    Help Us End Prison Gerrymandering in Michigan

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  • Prison Gerrymandering Training Sessions Announced

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  • WLNS News Segment on Prison Gerrymandering Features VAAC’s Danny Jones

    WLNS News Segment on Prison Gerrymandering Features VAAC’s Danny Jones

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  • Drawing The Line: Film Screening and Roundtable Discussion Feb 24

    Drawing The Line: Film Screening and Roundtable Discussion Feb 24

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