Quantcast
Home (page 27)

Tag Archives: Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission

Redistricting likely to renew Navajo, Hopi divide

The Hopi reservation sticks out like a sore thumb on the state's congressional map. Instead of being in the same district as the larger Navajo Nation, which surrounds it, the Hopi land is connected by the Colorado River to residents in the far western side of the state.

Read More »

Swallow that big, bitter pill

Observers wouldn’t be wise to bet on Arizona Chief Justice Rebecca Berch granting Adams and Pearce’s request for a new redistricting nominee selection process, one member of the Commission on Appellate Court Appointments told our reporter.

Read More »

Arizona starting redistricting process

Arizona is gearing up for the once-a-decade job of drawing new political boundaries for the state. The Arizona version of redistricting, as the drawing of new maps of congressional and legislative districts is called, involves blowing up current districts and starting from scratch, says the Independent Redistricting Commission's former chairman.

Read More »