By PE Politics
July 28, 2011 11:15 PM

Democrats would outnumber Republicans by at least five percentage points in 51 Assembly, 26 Senate and 36 congressional districts in final draft remaps to be voted on today by the state’s redistricting panel.

In Inland Southern California, the final drafts are almost identical to “visualizations” put forward several days ago.

There would still be the same number of “safe” Inland seats for each party that exist now. But the region’s population growth entitles it to additional representation, and the new districts look to be more competitive at election time.

A few interactive maps with some political data are in the works.


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