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Press Release

June 21, 2011

For Immediate Release
Contact: Rob Wilcox

Communications Director


California Citizens Redistricting Commission

Citizens Redistricting Commission
Extends Deadline for Written Submission for Written Testimony on First Round of Draft Maps to June 28th



To give the public a greater opportunity to submit written testimony on its first round of draft maps, the California Citizens Redistricting Commission has extended the public comment deadline to Tuesday, June 28th.  The public can submit written testimony by e-mail to, by fax to 916-651-5711, or by mail to:


Citizens Redistricting Commission

901 P Street, Suite 154A

Sacramento, CA 95814



The Commission needs to hear what the public thinks of the first Draft Maps.  

  • Do you think the Commission understood your testimony about your community of interest?  Do you think the Commission did not have enough testimony about your community of interest?
  • Do you have a suggestion that would make your district better reflect the interests of its residents, for example by moving the boundaries to include (or exclude) certain areas?


The Commission is eager to accept your supplemental attachments. The following file formats are supported: .pdf and .jpg. Files not submitted in this format will not be posted on the Public Comments page.


The Commission is also holding a series of public input hearings on the first round of draft maps.  Please go to for the full hearing schedule.


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California's first Citizens Redistricting Commission is a new 14-member Commission charged with redrawing California's Senate, Assembly, State Board of Equalization, and Congressional districts based on information gathered during the 2010 census. The Commission must draw the State Senate, Assembly, State Board of Equalization, and Congressional districts in conformity with strict, nonpartisan rules designed to create districts of relatively equal population that will provide fair representation for all Californians.