Attorney General No.
Secretary of State No.
Creates 14-member redistricting commission responsible for drawing new district lines for State Senate, Assembly, and Board of Equalization districts. Requires State Auditor to select the commission members randomly from voter applicant pool to create a commission with five members from each of the two largest political parties, and four members unaffiliated with either political party. Requires ten votes to approve final district maps. Establishes standards for drawing new lines, including respect for the geographic integrity of counties and cities. Permits State Legislature to draw lines for congressional districts subject to these standards. Summary of estimate by Legislative Analyst and Director of Finance of fiscal impact on state and local government: Probably no significant increase in state redistricting costs. (Initiative 07-0078
William "Bill" S. Price, III
Failed to Qualify
REDISTRICTING. CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT AND STATUTE. California Initiative 1308 (2007).