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The first draft of the California Citizens Redistricting Commission's Congressional District map. (California Citizens Redistricting Commission)

GOP Urges High Court To Dump New California Voter Maps

Republicans are urging the California Supreme Court to dump newly drawn state Senate districts planned for this year’s election.

01/10/2012

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California Supreme Court Denies 2 Redistricting Challenges

The California Supreme Court on Wednesday unanimously rejected two Republican challenges to the state’s new electoral maps.

10/26/2011

The first draft of the California Citizens Redistricting Commission's Congressional District map. (California Citizens Redistricting Commission)

New California Political Maps To Favor Democrats

A citizens commission established by voters to independently create California’s legislative and congressional districts delivered its first set of maps Friday, voting to adopt new boundaries that appear to increase the reach of majority Democrats.

CBS San Francisco–07/29/2011

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Phil Matier: Republicans Angered Over Proposed Redistricting Maps

The independent commission set up to redraw the boundaries of California’s legislative, Congressional and Board of Equalization districts, is putting the finishing touches on those new maps.

CONNECT WITH KCBS–07/26/2011

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California Redistricting Could Imperil GOP House Seats

Democrats hoping to regain the majority in the House in 2012 might get a strong head start in California, where voters have handed the authority for drawing political boundaries to an independent citizens’ commission.

CBS San Francisco–06/28/2011

The first draft of the California Citizens Redistricting Commission's Congressional District map. (California Citizens Redistricting Commission)

New District Maps Promise To Reshape California Politics

An independent citizens panel has released its draft of new maps for California’s congressional and legislative districts in a process that could reshape California’s political landscape.

CONNECT WITH KCBS–06/10/2011

California State Capitol in Sacramento (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Redistricting Could Cost San Francisco A Seat In State Senate

San Francisco would lose one of its two seats in the state Senate under a draft proposal by the California Citizens Redistricting Commission to be formally unveiled on Friday.

CONNECT WITH KCBS–06/09/2011