California's redistricting puzzle falling into place

Benenson, Bob
February 1999
Campaigns & Elections (1996);Feb99, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p12
Reports on the plans for a congressional and state legislative redistricting process in California after the 1998 elections in the United States. Significance of the victory of Lieutenant Governor Gray Davis in the California gubernatorial election; Number of governors who won four-year terms in the 1998 election.


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