IRDC Today: First and Perhaps Most Important Meeting

The Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission is set for its first meeting at 11:15 today. The meeting starts with the four partisan members, whose first job is to pick the Independent Chair. But are there any true “independents” to pick from? The Commissioners will accept public comment from noon-3:30. Comments are limited to 4000 characters and […]

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Our Independent Redistricting Commission Under Attack

Thanks to Arizona voters, we are among the minority of states who have wrested control of redistricting from the legislature. The Republicans, of course, hate that. Here’s some a report on their latest attack on the voters’ 2000 amendment to the Arizona Constitution: Excerpt from┬áThe Daily Kos Elections Voting Rights Roundup of 2/17/2018, written by […]

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