County to begin local redistricting
8 Oct 2021
Henderson County Judge Wade McKinney said he has been informed that population changes in the 2020 Census are such that the county will have the task of redistricting.
“That process will be beginning soon, especially if we want to get it done by Nov. 15,” he said.
In a normal year, filing for county offices in the 2022 primary election would begin in November and conclude in December.
The Census shows most of the growth is situated in the northern half of the county, on either end. The Chandler and Gun Barrel City areas had the biggest changes in population.
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