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Legislators carve out new districts
For Boston’s communities of color, the redistricting process for the Massachusetts House and Senate offers a chance to advocate for better representation. Under maps expected to be approved Wednesday, the state Legislature would add 13 new majority-minority districts — districts in which the larger share of population is not white — in the House and three new ones in the Senate, resulting in a total of 33 House districts and six Senate districts that are majority-minority.
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Redistricting coalition seeks increased representation for communities of color
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Politics
Redistricting coalition seeks increased representation for communities of color
The Drawing Democracy Coalition (DDC) released proposals for House and Senate redistricting maps Sept. 28 that would increase the number of districts with majority populations of color.
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Council to take up redistricting
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Local News
Council to take up redistricting
The City Council will begin the process of redrawing electoral district boundaries later this year.
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Redistricting committee looks at 7th District
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Local News
Redistricting committee looks at 7th District
The U.S. Census is still weeks away from releasing data on population changes, but Massachusetts elected officials and political activists are already knee-deep in the redistricting process as the Legislature prepares to redraw political boundaries to respond to shifts in the state population.
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