The 2020 Census results are in, showing a continued uptick in Hispanic population across the Central Valley, with a hefty decline in Black residents.
California’s Redistricting Commission has called on the California Supreme Court for two extra weeks to submit the final Congressional and state legislative maps. That could turn the state’s June Primary into a July Primary.
Speaking to the Calif. Redistricting Commission, the labor leader issued a meandering monologue of grievances about the San Joaquin Valley and its leaders.
Charles Munger, Jr. called out the Redistricting Commission, alleging that the private, often unrecorded or unpublicized meetings held by Commissioners are a direct violation of California law.
California will lose a Congressional seat for the first time ever, as revealed by the 2020 U.S. Census results that were released on Monday.
“We need to do what’s best for the entire state, but there are certainly issues in the Central Valley that need to be considered and addressed,” Fornaciari said.
What does the exit of the top official for California’s redistricting commission mean for the Valley’s legislative boundaries? We asked.
We’re still waiting for Census data, but it’s not too early to prognosticate about how California’s Congressional lines will shape up.
As California begins redrawing its lines, the push to count felons could shift the balance of which region will lose a seat in Congress.
None of the Latino commissioners tasked with redrawing the lines are from the San Joaquin Valley, home to a large population of Hispanic farmworkers.