Common Cause Breaks Out the Maps
December 19th, 2011

Common Cause NY released its own district lines today, beating the Legislative Task Force on Demographic Research and Reapportionment to the punch. And just in case it wasn’t enough that they showed the legislature that a good government group without the the resources of the state behind it could draw up a set of decent maps, they also released a site where anyone can draw up fair district lines.

Sen. Liz Krueger has said many times that LATFOR has lost its “mystique” thanks to the internet. “Now anyone with a decent computer and mapping software can sit down and draw fair lines,” Krueger told me during special session.

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