OC Board of Supervisors Selects Final Redistricting Map

The Orange County Board of Supervisors made a final decision on how supervisorial districts will be laid out for the next decade, during a special meeting on Nov. 22. The board originally started the process using maps submitted by the public, which after weeks of meetings and discussion were revised into two main maps, 4C-1, created by Chairman Andrew Do, and 5A-1, created by Vice Chairman Doug Chaffee. One of the biggest differences between the two maps is where the City of Costa Mesa lies. In proposal 4C-1, the city would be in District 1, led by Do, but in 5A-1, it would be in District 5, led by Supervisor Lisa Bartlett. In a 3-2 vote, board members chose map 5A-1, with Chairman Do and Supervisor Don Wagner being the two dissenting votes after claiming 4C-1 was the more equitable map in terms of partisan voting lines. “The 5A-1 map …

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