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Action on Redistricting

California's Leadership on Citizen Redistricting

In November 2008, after five unsuccessful attempts since 1980 to take redistricting out of the hands of legislators, the governor was successful in championing a ballot initiative approved by voters, to make voting districts more competitive and candidates more accountable to the people. Proposition 11 created an independent 14-person commission to draw boundaries for the Senate, Assembly, and Board of Equalization. The board is composed of five Democrats, five Republicans, and four others selected through a nomination process overseen by the state auditor. LEARN MORE

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The Schwarzenegger Institute is proud to collaborate with Common Cause in support of state-by-state reform efforts. LEARN MORE

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Our Congress is less popular than herpes. -- Arnold Schwarzenegger

Posted by ATTN: on Tuesday, February 14, 2017