By Katy Shanahan

Last week, the U.S. Census Bureau announced another delay to when states will receive data — this time, pushing the delivery of redistricting data to states by September 30, which is six months later than under normal circumstances.

This delay certainly presents some challenges to Ohio’s upcoming redistricting process. If pushed all the way to the September 30 date, under this new timeline, Ohio won’t receive its data until after state constitutionally-mandated deadlines for our state legislative maps (September 1 and 15) and on the same day as our congressional deadlines (starting on September 30).

Nevertheless, there…

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