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The Committee schedule will include separate hearings for all nine Congressional Districts. These hearings provide an opportunity for area residents to offer their opinions on local and community interests that the Committee should consider when creating the new legislative districts. If you wish to participate in your Congressional District hearing, please look for the Congressional District number (CD1, CD2, CD3, CD4 CD5, CD6, CD7, CD8, CD9) at the beginning of the Hearing Event Description. Links to these local hearings can also be found by searching the Find My District map.
Date Follow In My Legislature Time Status Description Location Video
APR 14 2021
11:00 am Completed The Special Joint Committee on Redistricting will conduct a virtual public hearing on the 2021 Redistricting process. To sign up to testify, please complete this form: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=a36UCyb_E0uuHFc8Z1DIiGbnTCoID4xMh0fyqhkt8sNUOVdMVEs4VVk0QkFORDBYN0NVQzEwSDFIRS4u Virtual Hearing Archived Enhanced
MAY 4 2021
5:00 pm Completed The Special Joint Committee on Redistricting will hold a virtual hearing for residents of the 5th Congressional District (CD5). This hearing provides an opportunity for area residents to offer their opinions on local and community interests that the Committee should consider on the division of the Commonwealth into 9 Congressional Districts, 40 Senatorial Districts, 160 Representative Districts, and 8 Councillor Districts. If you would like to testify please complete the sign up form by clicking the link in the Location field above. Virtual Hearing Archived
MAY 24 2021
5:30 pm Confirmed The Special Joint Committee on Redistricting will hold a virtual hearing for residents of the 2nd Congressional District (CD2). This hearing provides an opportunity for area residents to offer their opinions on local and community interests that the Committee should consider on the division of the Commonwealth into 9 Congressional Districts, 40 Senatorial Districts, 160 Representative Districts, and 8 Councillor Districts. This hearing will be broadcast on malegislature.gov, you do not need to sign up to be able to view the hearing. Virtual Hearing No video available.