Georgia’s State Constitution Information

Georgia’s State Constitution requires state legislative districts to be contiguous.  Contiguous means to share a common border or to touch.  For purposes of redistricting, a district is contiguous if you can travel from any point in the district to any other point in the district without crossing the district’s boundary.  

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1. Voting Rights Act Information
2. Georgia’s State Constitution Information
3. The 14th Amendment Information
4. When will the Ad Hoc Redistricting Committee Meet?
5. What is Redistricting?
6. What is the role of the Redistricting Committee?
7. What is the current structure of the Augusta Commission and Board of Education?
8. How many representatives does each citizen have on the Augusta Commission and the Board of Education?
9. How did Augusta’s population change from 2010 to 2020?
10. How are the members of the Ad Hoc Redistricting Committee appointed?
11. How long will the new plan be in effect?
12. How can I communicate with Committee members?
13. Who are the Committee members?