Apportionment Commission


Timeline of Public Meetings

  • May 2021 Organizational Meeting
  • September 2021 Receive Census Bureau Official Numbers
  • October 2021 Discussion of Maps and adoption
  • November 2021 Submission of final plan

Meetings are open to the public. Anyone wanting to submit their own plan for consideration must submit no later than October 1, 2021 by 5 pm.

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.

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  • Annamarie Osment, County Clerk / Register of Deeds
  • Jesse Stanford, Treasurer
  • Michael Roehrig, Prosecutor
  • Bill Kipf, Republican Party Chairperson
  • Mike Hayter, Democrat Party Chair


The Monroe County Apportionment Commission is a statutory commission governed under Michigan Compiled Law (MCL) 46.401-46.416. Commissioner Districting is based on the release of U.S. Census Bureau numbers every 10 years.

"Within 60 days after the publication of the latest United States official decennial census figures, the county apportionment commission in each county of this state shall apportion the county into not less than 5 nor more than 21 county commissioner districts as nearly of equal population as is practicable".