IBEW Local Union 26
Washington, D.C.

Representatives are picking their voters…                 

               Shouldn’t voters pick their representatives?                          

     Join with members of your community Sunday, January 20th at 1 p.m. for a panel on Gerrymandering and the politics of redistricting at the NECA/IBEW Local 26 Training Center in Manassas.

     Panelists will be Brian Cannon, executive director of OneVirginia2021; Michael Latner, associate professor at CalPoly, visiting Kendall Voting Rights Fellow at the Center for Science and Democracy at the Union of Concerned Scientists and author of Gerrymandering in America; Rebecca Green, professor of Election Law at William and Mary Law School and a member of the bipartisan citizens committee that drafted the proposed amendment to the Constitution of Virginia; J. Gerald Hebert, senior director, Voting Rights and Re-districting at the Campaign Legal Center, Washington, DC, and co-counsel in the landmark partisan gerrymandering case, “Whitford vs. Gill”.

     The panel will be moderated by former co-host of NPR’s “All Things Considered,” Robert Siegel.

     The event is free and open to the community. Hosted by IBEW Local Union 26. Refreshments provided. RSVP to Linda Lawrence, 301-918-8832 or email llawrence@ibewlocal26.org.