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Two Maps Propose Alternatives for Montana's Congressional Districts

Who: Montana Districting and Apportionment Commission

When: October 30, 2021

Where: State Capitol in Helena and Zoom

The Montana Districting and Apportionment Commission meets on Saturday, October 30 to consider Montanan's thoughts on two proposals to divide the state into two congressional districts. The commission seeks public input on Commission Proposals 10 and 11. Written comments are particularly encouraged, either directly on interactive maps of the proposals or using the commission's webform.

View the Commission Proposals 10 and 11 online at:

At the meeting on October 30, the commissioners will listen to verbal public comments during the morning. In the afternoon, they will select a single map for another public hearing on November 4. An agenda and information on how the public can participate in the meeting are available at the commission's website.

The meeting will be streamed live online at the Montana Legislature's website,, and broadcast on the Montana Public Affairs Network (MPAN).

Written public comments are encouraged. Written comments are taken directly on the interactive maps online, through the commission's webform, by email at, or by mail to Districting and Apportionment Commission, PO Box 201706, Helena, MT 59620.

Written comments received by 5 p.m. on Wednesday, October 27 will be provided to commissioners that evening. Comments received after that time but before 11:59 p.m. on October 29 will be given to the commissioners prior to or at the meeting. Written comments received after that time or during the meeting will be given to the commissioners before the November 4 meeting.

For more information, please visit the commission's website or contact commission staff.

Commission website:

Commission staff: Joe Kolman (406-444-3747) or Rachel Weiss (406-444-5367) or

Commission webform:

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