The California Citizens Redistricting Commission today posted working drawings on its website of the proposed new Orange County congressional, state Senate and Assembly districts.
The “visualization” maps are a work in progress and can change between now and the end of the month, when final maps are scheduled to be made available for public viewing.
The commission has until Aug. 15 to send final maps to the secretary of state.
Boundary lines drawn by the 14-member commission will determine the districts where candidates will run during the next 10 years.
— TRACY WOOD
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