Column

Redistricting efforts that divide up UW voters should be questioned

Several proposals that would have split up the student district, though unsuccessful, could have threatened power of student voting

City of Madison

City redistricting threatened to split undergraduate dorms, raising concerns from students

Redistricting Committee ultimately recommended map that would keep dorms, some of off-campus housing together

State of Wisconsin

Census data shows Wisconsin on crest of losing one House of Representative seat

Wisconsin is very likely to reach a point of natural decrease within the next few years, demographer says

State of Wisconsin

Evers creates independent redistricting commission via executive order

Gov. Evers is seeking to create alternative district map to one Republican-lead legislature will produce

City of Madison

Officials balance stakes of 2020 census, new technology to ensure accurate count

'It actually shapes the future of your community for the next ten years,' US census specialist says

City of Madison

City of Madison, UW worked together on accurate count of student population for 2020 Census

Census starts in March, students could submit responses through paper, phone or online

News

Gov. Tony Evers creates committee to improve knowledge of 2020 Census

The committee plans to help improve residents knowledge of census, create strategies for hard to count communities

Editorial

Editorial Board: When democratic corrosion requires popular action

Following Supreme Court decision to back partisan gerrymandering, civic engagement is important now, more than ever

Column

A drawing lesson for Wisconsin politicians

Ahead of 2020 census, abolition of gerrymandering is important now more than ever for creation of fair districts

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