After two years of work, the 14-member California Redistricting Commission released draft plans for new congressional and state districts for the entire state on Friday.
The plans show new boundaries for California's 53 congressional districts, 40 state senate districts and 80 state assembly districts, as well as districts for the state Board of Equalization, which handles taxation issues.
It means you could find yourself part of a new congressional or state district. And it means you could find yourself suddenly part of the majority (or minority) politically.
You can read more about the redistricting process, the commission, and the criteria used for the new districts in our article here. More information about the old Board of Equalization districts can be found here.
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