Redistricting is required to comply with the 14th Amendment of the Constitution, ensuring “one person, one vote.” Every ten years local Contra Costa governmental bodies use the mandated Census to redraw districts’ lines to reflect population growth and shifts, affecting who will be elected to represent you.
Learn from a panel of current and former community leaders about what redistricting is, how the process works, how you can participate and how it affects you.
Date: Thursday, May 27, 2021
Time: 4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Register for this zoom presentation:
Helen Hutchinson, immediate past president LWV California
Board of Supervisors Chair Diane Burgis
David Twa, immediate past Administrator, Contra Costa County
Bobby Jordan, West Contra Costa Unified School District
Debi Cooper, Registrar of Voters, Contra Costa County
This panel discussion will help the community understand how local district boundaries are drawn and how community members can participate in creating equitable maps of Contra Costa districts. The new district lines will last for the next ten years, impacting our community into the future. Redistricting affects congressional, state senate, assembly, Board of Equalization and BART districts, as well as to the following local districts this year:
Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors, Districts 1-5
- San Ramon
- Contra Costa County Board of Education
- Contra Costa County Community College District
- Antioch Unified School District
- Martinez Unified School District
- Mt. Diablo Unified School District
- San Ramon Valley Unified School District
- West Contra Costa Unified School District
- Contra Costa Water District
- Diablo Water District
- Moraga-Orinda Fire Protection
This panel discussion will be livestreamed on the Contra Costa Library YouTube channel, and broadcast on CCTV. A recording of this meeting will be available on the Contra Costa Library and the League of Women Voters Diablo Valley YouTube channels, as well as rebroadcast on local CCTV channels.
The program is sponsored by the Contra Costa Libraries, the League of Women Voters of Diablo Valley and the League of Women Voters of West Contra Costa County.
For More Information Contact Program@LWVDV.org.