Here’s how to help draw the boundaries for elected officials who represent you in Congress, Legislature

By Ray Stern | Arizona Republic

Political wonks and interested citizens can help draw Arizona’s new congressional and legislative districts starting Tuesday.

Mapping software made available by the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission will allow computer users to examine new rough drafts of the districts combined with the latest census data.

More tech-savvy folks can tinker with the software to create new district boundaries based on population and demographics, then submit their handiwork to the commission, which may use some of the ideas in the commission’s final maps.

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