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"If destruction be our lot, we ... More >>
At an exasperating L.A. Redistricting Commission meeting last Wednesday night that lasted into the wee hours, commissioners tried to address a whopping 75 community complaints, re: their hilariously gerrymandered first try at new voting districts for Los Angeles.
The "proposed list of adjustments" ... More >>
As insanely boring -- and incomprehensible to the average voter -- as the redistricting of Los Angeles may be, it's kind of a big deal.
We understand the apathy. In a city where only a little over 10 percent of eligible voters turn out for municipal elections at all, they can hardly be expected to ... More >>
uncoverage.netIs the Citizens Redistricting Commission out to get the GOP?The refreshingly un-gerrymandered voting districts unveiled by California's new Citizens Redistricting Commission in June have a damn good chance of going to stone, thanks to the California Supreme Court's big "F you" t ... More >>
By Hillel Aron
After a seemingly endless session that included hundreds of public speakers, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors passed a redistricting plan, 4-1, with Gloria Molina the dissenting vote, yesterday.
Why does this matter? Isn't gerrymandering -- the redrawing of the lines in ... More >>
Redistricting-- without the maps!â€‹The redistricting battle at the L.A. County Board of Supervisors is the ultimate arcane, inside-baseball political fight. From a distance, all you can see is a bunch of people squabbling over some maps.So let's try to simplify it a little bit. And the first thing ... More >>