Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, with members of AARP and the League of Women Voters, announces support in late 2007 for Proposition 11, which redefined California’s redistricting process, allowing an independent committee to draw legislative and congressional districts. Sacramento Bee/ Brian Baer
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, with members of AARP and the League of Women Voters, announces support in late 2007 for Proposition 11, which redefined California’s redistricting process, allowing an independent committee to draw legislative and congressional districts. Sacramento Bee/ Brian Baer Brian Baer Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, with members of AARP and the League of Women Voters, announces support in late 2007 for Proposition 11, which redefined California’s redistricting process, allowing an independent committee to draw legislative and congressional districts. Sacramento Bee/ Brian Baer Brian Baer Sacramento Bee Staff Photo

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