Say no to gerrymandering now

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With just an eight-vote majority in Congress, Democrats need to hold on to every single district we can in the next election.

But this year, Ohio is expected to lose one of our sixteen seats in Congress. If Republican legislators redraw our maps to make the remaining districts even tougher to win, it could spell disaster for our House majority.

So much is at stake with redistricting — from healthcare to voting rights to investments in local communities, every issue Ohioans care about comes down to fair districts.

Now is the time to make sure Democrats have a fair shot at electing leaders who will stand for Ohio families.

Take a stand against partisan redistricting. Join us in demanding fair maps now.

The Ohio Redistricting Commission has already held their first public hearing, with more coming soon.

That’s why it’s so crucial that we immediately make our voices heard.

We can’t wait until the maps are already drawn to take action. We need to fight for fair maps today.

Ohio voters deserve fair maps. If you agree, take a stand against partisan redistricting now.

— Team ODP


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