CSJ has been hard at work helping to make sure the communities in our base areas had a say on future state and federal districts. We want districts where people with common interests can vote together and have representation that understands their experience and shares priorities. Here is is some of the media coverage of the conversations and work we did.

“Why certain communities don’t vote and what is being done in Bristol County”
“Class and race issues dominate the New Bedford redistricting debate”
“Massachusetts lawmakers release congressional district map”
“Coalition seeks 13 new majority-minority political districts”
“Congressional redistricting map unites Fall River”
“Massachusetts Lawmakers Release Congressional District Map”
“Coalition’s congressional map would affect South Shore districts”
“South Coast leaders oppose splitting South Coast cities in congressional redistricting”
“Drawing Democracy Criticizes Proposed Congressional Map for Failing to Unite Fall River and New Bedford”
“Massachusetts lawmakers published a map of the congressional district”
“Massachusetts officials unveil new draft map of Congress, linking Fall River – NBC Boston”
“Massachusetts lawmakers release congressional district map”
“Drawing Democracy Reveals Unity Map for Congressional Redistricting”
“Fall River could be united in a new redistricting map. But should it be with New Bedford?”
“The Massachusetts Legislature has released a map of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith”
“As Evictions Slowly Return, Advocates Say More Help Needed”
“Special Joint Committee on Redistricting”
“Proposed minority voting districts would affect parts of South Shore”
“Massachusetts police officers are issuing maps of congressional districts”
“Fall River girds for eviction moratorium end”
“LATESTCoalition’s Congressional map proposes uniting Fall River, New Bedford”
“Are two congressmen better than one? Debate heats up in Fall River ahead of new maps”
“Heres the new MA Congressional Maps passed by lawmakers