Arizona’s new political maps taking shape: redistricting commission set to approve drafts

By Ray Stern | Arizona Republic

Republicans may have an advantage — barely.

Democratic Congressman Tom O’Halleran, who won by only 3 percentage points in 2020, would have a less-safe seat.

And Arizona Latinos may expand their political reach with an eighth legislative district drawn to have a likelihood of electing Latino lawmakers.

The once-in-a-decade redrawing of the state’s congressional and legislative maps is taking shape, with the five-member Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission expected to approve draft maps Thursday.

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