California’s politician-free redistricting taking hold in other states

San Francisco Chronicle | November 22, 2018

California’s 2008 effort to take the politics out of redistricting is the hit of the land.

On election day, voters in four states — Colorado, Michigan, Missouri and Utah — decided they wanted to be more like the Golden State, passing ballot measures to cut legislators out of the very political business of drawing the lines for their districts after the 2020 census.

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