Amendment Aimed at Ohio’s Political Mapmaking Reform Edges Toward 2024 Ballot
It calls for replacing the ORC with an independent body
A proposed amendment that would remake Ohio’s troubled political mapmaking system, which repeatedly failed last year to produce maps that could pass constitutional muster, edged closer to the 2024 ballot on Monday.
Republican state Attorney General Dave Yost's certification of summary petition language for the constitutional amendment submitted by the group Citizens Not Politicians sends the issue to the Ohio Ballot Board. His finding that the wording is fair and truthful followed two previous rejections.
Citizens Not Politicians said it was pleased to have cleared the hurdle.
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