New Kansas redistricting town halls set for November — what JoCo residents need to know

Kansas redistricting

Kansas lawmakers attended an in-person town hall in August in Overland Park, one of 14 such meetings held at that time to take input about redistricting. A new round of events will be held virtually in late November, with residents given a chance to submit written testimony or make oral remarks through computers at physical sites. File image.

Kansas lawmakers will host a second round of town halls in late November aimed at taking public input on the upcoming process for redrawing state legislative and Congressional district boundaries.

Unlike the first round of town halls in August, which were held in person, lawmakers during this new round of events will attend virtually.