The head of Common Cause of Indiana has some credit and criticism of the newly proposed Indianapolis City-Council district maps.
Julia Vaughn of Common Cause praised the City-County Council for its outreach and public engagement at the beginning of the process, however she says the Council fell short at the end, saying it was difficult for the public to have input on the maps without something in front of them.
A Council Committee approved their maps Tuesday evening. It created two new districts and put four incumbents in the same district.
Common Cause unveiled its proposed maps this week, it created seven open seats and four districts had two or more incumbents.
You can hear Vaughn in the Leon-Tailored Audio above.
The interview runs for 16 minutes.