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Topic - Citizens Redistricting Commission

The Citizens Redistricting Commission is the redistricting organization for the state of California. It is responsible for determining the boundaries for the Senate, Assembly, and Board of Equalization districts in the state. The 14-member commission consists of five Democrats, five Republicans, and four commissioners from neither major party. The commission was authorized following the passage of California Proposition 11 by voters in November 2008. The commissioners were selected in November and December 2010 and are required to complete the new maps by August 15, 2011. - Source: Wikipedia

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