The Ohio Apportionment Board is inviting people to give their two cents on the effectiveness of political boundary lines and what changes would be beneficial.
The board is responsible for determining those political maps every ten years to reflect population shifts marked by the latest census.
Public hearings will be held all over Ohio this week, including one Tuesday in Akron. It will be held from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. at The University of Akron's Martin Center.
State law mandates the composition of the board: one Democrat, one Republican along with the governor, auditor and secretary of state. In this case, that means four Republicans and one Democrat.