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It’s been a busy week in the news, starting off with the final maps from the California Citizens Redistricting Commission. Mariposa County is no longer in Congressional District CA04 but now in the ‘new’ CA05. Tom McClintock seems to be assigned to the new CA03, where Kermit Jones has announced he will be running. There’s a rumor that Kevin Kiley, a notoriously bad Republican from Placer County, will also be running in CA03.


Josh Harder is listed as our current incumbent in the new CA05 which is either R+13 or R+17 (depending on the source). However, he’s chosen to run in the new CA13, which is D+11.


We still don’t know who will be running in our new CA05.


In any case, we’ve set up a new Facebook group, CA05 Indivisible & Progressives Network, to help… Continue reading


2020 California Citizens Redistricting Commission
Completes and Approves Final Maps for State Districts

SACRAMENTO, CA—Today, the 2020 California Citizens Redistricting Commission (Commission) completed and approved final maps for the state’s Congressional, Senate, Assembly, and Board of Equalization districts. The California Constitution states that public comment shall be taken for at least three days from the date of public display of any final statewide maps. Additionally, the Commission shall not display any other map for public comment during that period.

“We have reached the finish line for the people’s redistricting process in California. When voters approved the Voters FIRST Act, it created a monumental shift in this decennial process,” stated Commission Chair Alicia Fernandez. “As Californians, my colleagues on this Commission and I answered the call to serve for this great state we honor and love. We conclude our… Continue reading

Image: Washington DC In Mourning For Late President George H.W. Bush

Former Sen. Bob Dole salutes the casket of former President George H.W. Bush as he lies in state at the U.S. Capitol on Dec. 4, 2018. (Drew Angerer / Getty Images)


Bob Dole, the longtime lawmaker who overcame life-threatening injuries during World War II to become a shepherd of the Republican Party, died in his sleep at the age of 98.

Dole’s death was confirmed by the Elizabeth Dole Foundation and his family in separate statements Sunday.





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