New committee seeks public input on redrawing political districts

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SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – It’s time to redraw the lines. Every ten years, the state goes through redistricting – drawing the boundaries for congressional and state legislative districts. But this time around, New Mexico is taking a whole new approach. In the past, only state lawmakers were in charge of redistricting. But this year, to prevent any accusations of gerrymandering, an independent committee has been created and they’re inviting the public to help determine who votes where.

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