Measures in four states would create redistricting commissions in order to take the map drawing process away from the state legislature and Governor in the respective states. Redistricting commissions would be created in Utah, Michigan, and Colorado should the measures pass. If Missouri voters adopt their ballot proposition, a demographer would be installed to draw maps using specific criterion similar to how maps in Iowa are drawn. The latter measure would only affect the state legislature, however. In the previous three places, congressional maps would be included.
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