Might the Republicans running the Florida Legislature’s redistricting committees budge on Democrats’ requests to let the public speak online about drawing their future voting districts?
In the Sunshine State, the process is controlled by Republicans Jeffrey SchweersCapital Bureau | USA TODAY NETWORK – FLORIDA As the Florida Legislature begins its second
The map-drawing process for the next 10 years is in the hands of the Republican-led Legislature. House Democratic Co-Leader Evan Jenne is concerned there will be limited
FairDistricts advocates wary of delays, barriers to citizen input Seventeen states are way ahead of Florida in proposing new voting maps mandated by population changes
TALLAHASSEE — The balance of power in Florida, and maybe even in Washington, lies in the hands of 160 state lawmakers who have already begun
The once-a-decade process of drawing new boundaries for legislative and congressional seats has started in Tallahassee. It’s mired in legalese, frustrating to follow, wildly partisan,