For the upcoming August 15-18 public input meetings on redistricting in Stuart, Boca Raton, Davie, Miami, South Miami and Key West, below are links to parking and driving directions, Google Maps for each location, and the RSVP page for each location. You do not have to RSVP, but if you wish to speak it is recommended that you RSVP and that you arrive prior to the start time of the meeting.
Looking for some guidance about the format of the redistricting public input meetings and how you might get involved? Check out the videos below from a couple of our recent meetings in Lakeland and Gainesville for insight and ideas.
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Below you can enjoy and share our video public service announcement for the upcoming public input meetings on redistricting.
The video is also available at the Public Participation Toolkit, https://mydistrictbuilder.wordpress.com/participation/. There you will find several helpful resources you can use to educate others about redistricting and ways that they can get involved.
For example, you could use a combination of the video clip below and a couple of the informational fliers from the Public Participation Toolkit as a way to present on redistricting at a community or organizational meeting.
As always, let us know if you have any questions or need additional information by emailing us at email@example.com.
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In the video update below, you will see how Floridians can learn about and participate in this summer’s public meetings on Florida’s redistricting of its state legislative and congressional district boundary lines.
Can’t make one of the meetings? There’s still a number of ways you can watch the meetings and participate without being there in-person. What’s more, the information from the meetings will be available via www.floridaredistricting.org.
You can visit MyDistrictBuilder’s YouTube page at http://www.youtube.com/MyDistrictBuilderFL to see more video updates, watch tutorials on how to use MyDistrictBuilder, and learn about redistricting.
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