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Kristin HigginsPublic Policy CenterPhone: 501-671-2160Email: email@example.com
by Kristin Higgins - July 14, 2021
Arkansas' governor, attorney general and secretary of state are responsible for deciding
how boundaries of state legislative districts should be drawn for the next 10 years.
Have an opinion about how the districts should be drawn for Arkansas House and Senate
seats? Public comment is now being taken online as well as at eight public hearings taking place around Arkansas in July and August.
The redistricting process, as the task is known, takes place every decade after the U.S. Census finalizes population
counts for towns, cities, counties and states. Only when this population count is
released can the three leaders finalize proposed maps for redividing boundaries of
House and Senate seats.
Later this month and throughout August, the three state leaders will meet as the Board of Apportionment to accept public comment from people across the state.
Arkansas legislators are expected to meet later this fall to discuss boundaries for
the four congressional districts.
Find dates and locations of the Board of Apportionment meetings below. All meetings
will take place from 6 - 8:30 p.m., and will be streamed live at myarkansaspbs.org/arcan/home.
The Board of Apportionment will host a series of eight public meetings across Arkansas
this summer, all taking place at the same time between 6:30 - 8 p.m.
Comment forms will be taken at the meetings. You an also submit a public comment at
University of Arkansas at Monticello Fine Arts Center, 371 University Dr.