Las Virgenes communities might land in new districts

A commission charged with redrawing boundaries for California’s congressional, Assembly, state Senate and Board of Equalization districts last week issued a set of preliminary maps that could leave the area’s political neighborhoods looking much different than they do now.
The commission—comprised of five Republicans, five Democrats and four people not affiliated with either party—works at the state level to redraw lines every 10 years following the census to account for population shifts.

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