Here is the new Senate Republican leader on redistricting reform as reported by the Modesto Bee’s Ben van der Meer:
If there’s one change that could make his job easier, Cogdill said, it would be redistricting reform, and he’ll push for it until 2014, when he will be termed out.”You have to have hope in this business,” Cogdill said of the chances of redistricting happening before 2011. That’s when new census data mandate new political district maps.
“The Democrats realize they have a monopoly right now, and there’s no reason for them to give that up,” he said.
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