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Whether you have 15 minutes, 30, or an hour, you can learn about how you are represented by your local, state, and federal decision-makers. Explore the state-based resources on the GeoCivics website to learn about the people you are voting for, the individuals in charge of drawing electoral district lines in your community, and the organizations working to draw fair maps using community conversations and geospatial technology.

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