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MADISON – The People’s Maps Commission will hold a virtual public hearing tonight from 5:00 – 8:30 p.m. to seek public input on the upcoming redistricting of legislative maps from constituents of Wisconsin’s 4th Congressional District. Although the hearing will focus on the 4th Congressional District, all Wisconsin residents are encouraged to watch and participate.

Chairman Tehassi Hill, James Hall, Jr., and Rebeca López will provide expert testimony to the Commission during the online virtual public hearing.

Chairman of the Oneida Nation, Hill serves a liaison for the National Congress of American Indians, is on the Natural Resources Damage Trustee Council, and is a designee to Environmental Protection Agency’s Regional Tribal Operating Committee. Hall has practiced law in Milwaukee since 1979, and has extensive experience representing individuals in matters involving discrimination in employment, housing, and education. López is a Senior Associate in Godfrey & Kahn’s Labor, Employment, and Immigration Practice Group, and she is actively involved in supporting Milwaukee non-profit organizations and small businesses.

More information about the expert speakers is available HERE.

Following the expert testimony, Wisconsin residents have the opportunity to provide public comment to commission members regarding how they have been impacted by legislative redistricting and share their ideas for how Wisconsin can work together to achieve fair maps.


People’s Maps Commission Online Public Hearing | 4th Congressional District


5:00 – 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 14th, 2020


The hearing will be live-streamed on the Department of Administration’s YouTube channel HERE

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