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Topic - Jennie Bowser
Maryland voters are getting the chance in November to get rid of the new congressional district map, marking the first time in 50 years that a referendum on redistricting has made it to the state ballot.
"In a typical election year, we might see three or four popular referendums, and this year we have 12," said Jennie Bowser, senior fellow at the National Conference of State Legislatures in Denver. "It's all very partisan and we're seeing it on both sides of the spectrum. It's that political polarization playing out on the ballot."
"California is such a big market that it's going to change labeling nationwide. That's why the amount of money being poured in is so massive," said Mrs. Bowser.