Redistricting in the City of San Diego

The City of San Diego Redistricting Commission is meeting to decide the future of City Council districts. Here’s how you can have your say in this vitally important process.

White Judges Put White Men in Control of City of San Diego’s Redistricting Process

October 6, 2020 At the end of last month, three white judges (Jan Goldsmith, Louisa Porter and Margaret Johnson) appointed five white men (Valentine Hoy, Frederick Kosmo, William MacPhail, Alan Nevin, and Thomas Hebrank) to the City’s Redistricting Panel.  The remaining four seats were given to people of color and women. In a country where […]

Redistricting Commission Deadline Approaches

One of the most important things that happens after the census (you have filled out the census, haven’t you?  If not, visit my2020census.gov) is redistricting.  Nothing affects our political landscape more than how our districts are drawn; they group voters together and split voters apart.  This can make all the difference when it comes to […]

Redistricting in the City of San Diego

One of the most important things that happens after the census (you have filled out the census, haven’t you?  If not, visit my2020census.gov) is redistricting.  Nothing affects our political landscape more than how our districts are drawn; they group voters together and split voters apart.  This can make all the difference when it comes to […]