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Actor and former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (R) is set to visit Michigan and Colorado to rally support for redistricting in the coming weeks.

“People see that things are not going right. Sometimes they express themselves by voting for outsiders,” Schwarzenegger told The Atlantic on Saturday regarding his drive to end partisan gerrymandering.

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“When they see that doesn’t work, they look for the next thing, ‘What else can we fix?’ ”

Schwarzenegger is planning to attend a tailgate rally at Michigan State University next Saturday to gather momentum behind Michigan Proposal 2, which would institute an independent redistricting commission, The Atlantic reports.

Afterward, Schwarzenegger will travel to Colorado for a rally in support of a similar redistricting initiative.

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  1. “…..sometimes they vote for outsiders….” True. Thus the reason Schwarzenegger somehow got elected, even in a state filled with radicals and crazies.

  2. I am relieved that he is pushing for the way that I plan to vote.

    Right now Colorado has one judge who makes the final decision on redistricting.

    I want the panel of 4 republican, 4 democrats and 4 independents to make that decision…of course, how can you be sure that you have that exact mix?? Better than one guy making the decision who probably leans left.

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