CURRENT EVENTS – Commission Meeting – July 27, 2016
The California Citizens Redistricting Commission (CRC) met via teleconference in Sacramento, CA on July 27th, 2016.
The July 27th Agenda can be viewed here:
The final draft of the CRC Handbook was approved with minor edits and can be viewed here:
LITIGATION – DeWitt v. California Citizens Redistricting Commission
The California Citizens Redistricting Commission (CRC) has been named as a defendant in Case No. 3:15-cv-05261. On May 31, 2016 the Court granted Defendant’s motion to dismiss. The Plaintiff in this case filed a Notice of Appeal on June 29th, 2016. Documents from the case are posted on this website as they become available.
Notice of Appeal – Filed June 29, 2016
Judgement – Filed May 31, 2016
Order Granting Motion to Dismiss – Filed May 31, 2016
Joint Case Management Summary – Filed May 19, 2016
Plaintiff Objection To One Judge Case Management – Filed May 19, 2016
Plaintiff Request for Three Judge Intervention – Filed May 19, 2016
Plaintiff 2nd Amended Complaint – Filed March 17, 2016
Order to Show Cause – Filed April 4, 2016
Plaintiff Response to Order to Show Cause – Filed April 11, 2016
Request for Briefing on Plaintiff Request for 3 Judge Panel – Filed April 15, 2016
Defendant Motion to Dismiss – Filed April 15, 2016
Defendant Response to Request for Briefing – Filed April 22, 2016
Plaintiff Response to Request for Briefing – Filed April 25, 2016
Plaintiff Opposition to Motion to Dismiss – Filed April 28, 2016
SCOTUS DECISION – Evenwel v. Abbott – 4/4/2016
The Supreme Court Of The United States (SCOTUS) affirmed a state or locality may draw its legislative districts based on total population. You can read the full opinion on the SCOTUS website at the link below.
The SCOTUS opinion issued April 4th, 2016 can be viewed here:
RECENT EVENTS – Supreme Court Oral Arguments – 3/2/2015
The California Citizens Redistricting Commission (CRC) filed an amicus brief with the Supreme Court Of The United States (SCOTUS) in the matter of Arizona State Legislature v. Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission, on January 23, 2015. On March 2nd, SCOTUS heard oral arguments in the case. A decision will be delivered by the Court on or before June 30, 2015.
The SCOTUS transcript can be viewed here:
A ruling against the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission would negatively impact California’s Prop 20, the measure passed by voters in 2010 that mandated California’s Congressional Districts be drawn by the California Citizens Redistricting Commission in a non-partisan, open, and transparent process.
The CRC amicus brief can be viewed here:
The SCOTUS docket file can be viewed here:
An assessment of the case’s potential impact by the Brennen Center for Justice can be viewed here:
VIEW INTERACTIVE MAPS OF COMMISSION’S FINAL DISTRICTS
The California Citizens Redistricting Commission has adopted final district maps for Congressional, State Assembly, State Senate and Board of Equalization districts.
CLICK HERE to view the final certified maps at the Statewide Database site
VIEW COMMISSION’S FINAL REPORT
SECTION 5 PRECLEARANCE SUBMISSION
Letter to CA Dept. of Justice, Re: Final Section 5 Preclearance Submission
Notice of Final Section 5 Preclearance Submission
COMMISSION LETTERS CONCERNING DISTRICTS REFERENDUMS
Letter to CA Dept. of Justice, Re: Proposed Congressional Referendum
Letter to CA Dept. of Justice, Re: Response to Title & Summary
Response from CA Dept. of Justice, Re: Title & Summary
Letter to Charles H. Bell, Jr., Esq., Re: Title & Summary
Letter to Secretary of State, Re: Title & Summary
Letter to CA Dept. of Justice, Re: Title & Summary
ELECTRONIC SUBMISSION OF PETITIONS CHALLENGING MAPS CERTIFIED BY THE COMMISSION
The Supreme Court of California requires electronic submission of petition and related documents challenging electoral maps certified by the Citizens Redistricting commission within 45 days of certification.
Supreme Court letter to the Citizens Redistricting Commission
Supreme Court News Release (Updated 8-16-2011)
Supreme Court Administrative Order (Updated 8-16-2011)
If you cannot find the data you are searching for, please call us directly at (916)709-6303.
– Citizens Redistricting Commission