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Wood County Board takes stand on redistricting issue

8:10 PM, Oct. 19, 2013
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Marshfield and Wood County could be considered the poster children for redistricting dysfunction.

"The way it's done now needs to change, and we're hoping this will push things along," said Ed Wagner of Marshfield, a member of the Wood County Board. On Tuesday, the board passed a resolution recommending to the governor and Legislature that a new nonpartisan approach for creating congressional and legislative districts needs to be instituted before the 2020 U.S. Census.

During the last redistricting, Marshfield was divided so that it was no longer represented by Rep. Amy Sue Vruwink, ...

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