News » What You Need To Know About Los Angeles Redistricting
On Friday, July 30 we hosted a conversation about redistricting – the once-a-decade effort to make sure each district has a similar number of residents represented. We heard from representatives of the LA City Council and LA County Redistricting Commissions as well as California Common Cause who explained how the process works, what’s at stake and how nonprofit leaders can get involved. Below you will find a host of resources that were shared during the session as well as a recording of the entire session. Now is the time to get involved and stand up for your community because nonprofit leaders play an important role in ensuring these decisions are fair, inclusive, and representative.
Thanks to our excellent speakers:
Rafael Gonzalez, Director of Outreach and Community Engagement, City of LA Redistricting Commission
Carolyn Williams, Commissioner, LA County Citizens Redistricting Commission
Kirk Samuels, The People’s Bloc and Community Coalition
Jose Del Rio, California Common Cause
For more information about participating in LA City, including the public hearings, please visit the LA City’s Redistricting Commission’s website.
Los Angeles City Council Redistricting Commission (LACCRC) Overview (pdf)
Los Angeles City Council Redistricting Commission (LACCRC) Presentation (pdf)
The Los Angeles City Council Redistricting Commission (LACCRC) Community Public Hearing Dates (pdf)
For more information about participating in LA County, including the public hearings, please visit the LA County’s Redistricting Commission’s website:.
Los Angeles County Citizens Redistricting (CRC) Commission Overview (pdf)
All of California Common Cause’s redistricting resources, including the community of interest testimony template, explainers on the Fair Maps Act, a guide to navigating local redistricting law, video tutorials for the Draw My CA Community and District mapping tools, and more.
“Communities of Interest” testimony template (pdf)
California Common Cause Redistricting Office Hours, every Wednesday from 3-4pm.
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