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Delaware organizing page launched

Page to support organizing to end prison-based gerrymandering in Delaware.

by Peter Wagner, June 9, 2010

To support organizing to end prison-based gerrymandering in Delaware, we’ve created a Delaware organizing page. On June 1, the Delaware House of Representatives unanimously passed a bill to count incarcerated people at home for redistricting purposes. The bill now moves to the Senate.

The page has links to the bill, plus two new fact sheets:

and as the campaign heats up we’ll be adding more material. Stay tuned!



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