STATEHOUSE - Senator Sue Landske (R-Cedar Lake), Chair of the Senate Elections Committee and Representative Eric Koch (R-Bedford), Chair of the House Elections Committee, announced today three separate locations where the public will have access to public computers with redistricting software and data.
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The public locations are the following:
Indiana University-South Bend
1700 Mishawaka Avenue
South Bend IN, 46634-7111
The computer is on the main floor of the library.
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
755 W. Michigan Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202
The computer is located on the 4th floor.
Indiana University, Bloomington
Herman B. Wells Library
1320 East Tenth Street
Bloomington, Indiana 47405
Government Information & Kent Cooper Services (East Tower 2)
The computer is on the 2nd floor.
Normal hours of operation will be in effect at these facilities and paid parking is available.
Individuals wishing to submit redistricting plans should send them to Senator Landske and Representative Koch at the following addresses:
Senator Sue Landske Representative Eric Koch
200 W. Washington St. 200 W. Washington St., Room
Room 3B-N Room 4A-5
Indianapolis, IN 46204 Indianapolis, IN 46204
. Plans can also be shared at any Senate or House Election Committee meeting.
. Plans should be submitted in the form of a shape file and a BIN file (Excel data file).
. Individuals can submit a plan for any of the following:
o The entire state for all 100 House districts, 50 Senate districts and 9 Congressional districts;
o All 100 seats of the Indiana House of Representatives;
o All 50 seats of the Indiana Senate; or
o All 9 Congressional districts.
. Persons should include their name, address, telephone number, email address and the name of any organization or group that they are representing along
with their plans.
Under the Indiana Constitution, the General Assembly elected during the year in which a federal decennial census is taken shall fix by law the number of Senators and Representatives and apportion them among districts according to the number of inhabitants in each district, as revealed by that census.