The purpose of Redistricting is to ensure equal representation in government.  1 person, 1 vote.

Redistricting occurs after each decennial Census. The process involves re-drawing the boundaries for government offices.  Each district must have substantially equal population.

Marathon County's proposed Supervisory District plan meets the substantially equal population requirement and was designed to respect municipal boundaries where possible.

 

Below are two maps showing the Supervisor Districts, as a result of the  2010 Census, adopted by County Board on September 13th, 2011.

Below are Individual Supervisor District Maps, as a result of the  2010 Census, adopted by County Board on September 13th, 2011.
These maps are to be used for 2012 Election Areas.

 

 

District 1 District 6 District 11 District 16 District 21 District 26 District 31 District 36
District 2 District 7 District 12 District 17 District 22 District 27 District 32 District 37
District 3 District 8 District 13 District 18 District 23 District 28 District 33 District 38
District 4 District 9 District 14 District 19 District 24 District 29 District 34  
District 5 District 10 District 15 District 20 District 25 Distrcit 30 District 35