Partisan groups laying the groundwork to shape Arizona redistricting

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By Jeremy Duda | Arizona Mirror

Partisan groups have been quietly preparing for the upcoming redistricting process, the first steps of which have just barely begun as hopeful applicants volunteer to serve on the next Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission.

Democratic and Republican groups are looking to protect their party’s interests at the next redistricting commission. Some have been getting the word out to like-minded people who might be interested in applying for seats on the five-person commission. Some are focused more on influencing the actual drawing of the maps and preparing members of the public to testify at the AIRC for the districts they’d like to see.

In all, 138 people applied to serve on the commission — 55 Democrats, 44 Republicans and 39 independents. 

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