Redistricting is a once-in-a-decade opportunity to redraw San Francisco’s supervisor districts to create more fair, equitable representation in our local government.
The 2021–2022 redistricting cycle is here — and the League of Women Voters of San Francisco is already working to ensure our city has fair maps for the next decade. Our goals for local redistricting in San Francisco are to:
August 19 – This event will help you understand what a community of interest is, why it can help you get fair representation in government, and how to define yours during the upcoming redistricting process.
You, your neighbors, and your community can join us in working toward fair maps.
Watch our first redistricting event to discover how you and your community can participate in the San Francisco redistricting process. With guests Helen Hutchison, statewide redistricting lead for LWV of California, and Eric McDonnell, chair of SF's 2011 Redistricting Task Force.
LWV of California provides information on redistricting efforts within the state and resources for local redistricting efforts.
LWV of the U.S. runs a redistricting program focused on creating fair political maps nationwide.