‘Huge choices’ ahead as final decision time nears for Arizona’s once-a-decade redistricting effort

The Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission is just weeks away from giving its final answers to these and other big questions as it nears the end of its months-long work to redraw the state’s political boundaries.

By Ray Stern| Arizona Republic

Should Sedona, Flagstaff, Scottsdale, and Tempe each be represented by one legislative district, or split into two or more?

Where do you draw the line for Tucson’s two congressional districts, one Republican, the other Democratic, to best keep like-minded neighborhoods together?

Will new districts strictly adhere to the federal Voting Rights Act to ensure Native Americans, Latinos and other people of color aren’t cut out of the political power, as has happened in the past?

The Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission is just weeks away from giving its final answers to these and other big questions as it nears the end of its months-long work to redraw the state’s political boundaries. Commission members are about to enter their “final decision meeting” phase that will help determine political power in the state for the next 10 years.

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