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A state official says the first Iowa redistricting maps will be delivered on Sept. 16, beginning the process for redrawing political boundaries for legislative and congressional districts

Davenport, IA – According to the statement, the Iowa Legislative Services Agency has received updated software and U.S. Census data from a state vendor on Monday and will begin drawing new maps.

Officials have reported that once the maps are delivered state law gives the Iowa Temporary Redistricting Advisory Commission 14 days to hold public hearings to gather public comment and prepare a report for the Iowa Legislature.

And, 3 days after they receive the report, lawmakers can meet in special session to vote on the maps.

This story will be updated as new information become available.

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