ELIMINATES STATE COMMISSION ON REDISTRICTING. CONSOLIDATES AUTHORITY FOR REDISTRICTING WITH ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT AND STATUTE. • Eliminates 14-member redistricting commission selected from applicant pool picked by government auditors. • Consolidates authority for establishing state Assembly, Senate, and Board of Equalization district boundaries with elected state representatives responsible for drawing congressional districts. • Reduces budget, and imposes limit on amount Legislature may spend, for redistricting. • Provides that voters will have the authority to reject district boundary maps approved by the Legislature. • Requires populations of all districts for the same office to be exactly the same. Summary of Legislative Analyst’s Estimate of Net State and Local Government Fiscal Impact: • Possible reduction of state redistricting costs of around $1 million over the next year. • Likely reduction of state redistricting costs of a few million dollars once every ten years beginning in 2020.
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INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT AND STATUTE
Code Sections Affected
CA Const Art. II, CA Const. Art.XXI; CA Gov't Cpode 8251 et sec.
DANIEL H. LOWENSTEIN, Founding Chairman California Fair Political Practices Commission HANK LACAYO, President Congress of California Seniors
JANIS R. HIROHAMA, President League of Women Voters of California DAVID PACHECO, California President AARP GARY TOEBBEN, President Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce
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MARK MURRAY, Executive Director Californians Against Waste DANIEL H. LOWENSTEIN, Founding Chairman California Fair Political Practices Commission
ELIMINATES STATE COMMISSION ON REDISTRICTING. CONSOLIDATES AUTHORITY FOR REDISTRICTING WITH ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES California Proposition 27 (2010).