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Rose’s Johnson cited on redistricting in Altadena

Rose Institute Fellow Doug Johnson was cited in a June 1st article in the Altadena Patch discussing Altadena Assemblyman Anthony Portantino and his plans to run for Congress in 2012. Titled “Portantino Fundraising for 2012 Congressional Run, But in Which Districit,” and describes how without the new congressional boundaries finalized, Portantino cannot be sure which… Continue Reading

Rose's Johnson on Latino turn-out

A recent article in the San Gabriel Valley Tribune cited Rose Institute Fellow Douglas Johnson on Latino turn-out in the 2010 midterm elections. Published on April 29, the article is titled “It’s Politics: San Gabriel Valley’s Latino voters could surprise.”   Johnson says, “We’re definitely seeing more and more Latino population and more and more… Continue Reading

Rose Institute tracks Glendale election results

Elections were held yesterday in Glendale and in a new joint project, the Rose Institute partnered with the city to allow voters to track ballots as they were transferred to the election headquarters and counted. This was done through an interactive map on the city’s webpage, available here. On the ballot were spots on the… Continue Reading

Rose Fellow Johnson on Slowed Growth

A recent article at the Whittier Daily News quoted Rose Institute Fellow Douglas Johnson discussing the slowing growth in the San Gabriel Valley and Whittier area. Published on March 19th, the article is titled “Census numbers show population growth stalling in San Gabriel Valley, Whittier area.” The census data from 2010 shows that the area… Continue Reading

Rose’s Johnson on Census Data at KPBS Radio

A March 14th piece at KPBS radio quoted Rose Institute Fellow Douglas Johnson discussing how the new California census data is likely to affect future electoral districts. The article was titled “Census to Change Electoral Lines.” Johnson says that even though the state did not grow as quickly as it has in the past, California… Continue Reading

Rose’s Johnson on California census data

With Tuesday’s release of the 2010 Census data for California, Rose Institute Fellow Douglas Johnson has been cited on the results in USA Today, Bloomberg and the San Bernardino Sun. In these articles, he discusses California’s slowing growth, the population shift from the coast towards the inland parts of the state and the role Hispanics… Continue Reading