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Previous Carol Kim files her candidacy papers at the San Diego City Clerk's office. (Credit: Carol Kim for City Council Campaign) Mitz Lee campaigning with a volunteer at a Balboa Park event. (Credit: Mitz Lee for City Council Campaign) Chris Cate
Dennis Dresang, political science professor emeritus at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, about state Republicans\' push to bar local governments from regulating everything from the sale of large sugary drinks to the use of explosives by sand
House Speaker Greg Stumbo dismissed House Republicans' legislative redistricting plan as "a dog and pony show" Friday and claimed House GOP leader Jeff Hoover has declined to participate in the redistricting process. "We've been asking Jeff Hoover to
The lawyer for a group of Los Angeles residents suing to redraw year-old boundaries for 15 City Council districts on Wednesday accused two top elected officials including newly installed Mayor Eric Garcetti of violating federal voting rights law when
Unfortunately, the Republicans were able to gerrymander the House badly because they won the 2010 election. If we had run this House election by the same districts that had existed in 2010, we'd have a Democratic House now...Rachel Maddow Show, Nov.
The city's school district is launching a process to examine and redraw its "district lines," the boundaries that determine where students attend school boundaries that have not been updated in at least a decade, according to school officials. "In
New Colorado Springs City Clerk Sarah Johnson is proposing a redistricting process that limits public input, contrary to the City Code. The redistricting will determine the six new City Council districts for the April election. The process outlined
It's time for new Wichita City Council districts to be drawn. Council members will be asked during Tuesday's regular council meeting to appoint a Commission of Electors this month. That commission will update the boundaries of the city's six council
After months of haggling over the legislative and congressional district maps, legislators threw in the towel last week and allowed the process to be turned over to the federal courts. Three judges scheduled two days of testimony, which began Tuesday,
The Republic azcentral.com Political contributions and Twitter posts from a Phoenix redistricting consultant have come under fire after members of the public and some elected officials accused him of injecting political bias into the mapping process.