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House, Senate leaders announce redistricting session timetable

Proposed congressional and legislative district maps are expected to be made public beginning on Sept. 14, with public testimony scheduled for two days later, the Indiana House and Senate Republican caucuses announced Monday afternoon.

According to the joint announcement from the caucus communications staffs, the following timetable is planned:

  • Sept. 14: “Initial drafts” of proposed U.S. House and Indiana House districts to be posted at iga.in.gov.
  • Sept. 16: House Elections and Apportionment Committee to hold public hearing on proposed U.S. House and Indiana House district maps.
  • Sept. 20: House Elections and Apportionment Committee to vote on proposed maps in a 10 a.m. meeting, sending the legislation to the full House.
  • Sept. 21: Initial drafts of proposed Indiana Senate maps to be posted at iga.in.gov.
  • Sept. 22: Indiana House to vote on proposed U.S. House and Indiana House maps on second reading.
  • Sept. 23: Indiana House to vote on proposed U.S. House and Indiana House maps on third reading, sending the legislation to the Indiana Senate.
  • Sept. 27: Senate Elections Committee to hold public hearing on proposed Indiana Senate maps.
  • Sept. 28: Senate Elections Committee to vote on proposed maps, sending the legislation to the full Senate.
  • Sept. 30: Indiana Senate to vote on proposed maps on second reading.
  • Oct. 1: Indiana Senate to vote on proposed maps on third reading. If passed, the redistricting legislation would then go to Gov. Eric Holcomb. — The Indiana Citizen