Updating election map

The 2011 Congressional, State Senate and State House district layers of the map were built from 2010 Census Block information that was incorporated into redistricting legislation enacted by the Legislature (Public Acts 128 and 129 of 2011).

The precinct boundaries were derived from data gathered from each city and township.

For instance, in the Civil and Social Rights category, we will continue to proactively detect and review ads on topics like freedom of religion, LGBTQ rights and women’s rights.

We have also improved our enforcement based on feedback.

We also left it intentionally broad as we worked to refine it over time.

Today’s update will bring the US list in line with in countries who have recently held elections.

That’s why, starting mid-September, advertisers will need to provide more information about their organization before we review and approve their disclaimer.

If they do not provide this information by mid-October, we will pause their ads.

Jurisdiction boundaries were derived from the Michigan Geographic Framework dataset (version 10a).Candidates and political committees must make payment from their campaign or committee account.Incumbent office holders must pay from their office account.Those steps include strengthening the authorization process for US advertisers, showing people more information about each advertiser and updating our list of social issues in the US to better reflect the public discourse on and off Facebook.The authorization process already requires advertisers in the US to provide identification to confirm who they are and where they are located.

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