Redistricting Commission seeks comments on 40 applicants (11 from Pima County)by Carolyn Classen on Nov. 23, 2010, under Life, Politics
The Arizona Daily Star’s reporters publish a Pueblo Politics blog, and here’s their article on the upcoming Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission process. “The 5 member commission has to nominate 25 people by Jan. 8 to serve on the Independent Redistricting Commission. The top Democratic and Republican leaders in the House and Senate will each get a pick, then the four appointed members will pick the fifth member.” Currently, The Commission consists of five members: two Democrats, two Republicans, and one Independent. The Commissioners are: Daniel Elder (REP), Joshua Hall (DEM), James Huntwork (REP), Steven W. Lynn, Chairman (IND), and Andi Minkoff, Vice Chairman (DEM) (info from their website).
Submit comments on applicants to 1501 W. Washington, Suite 221, Phoenix, AZ 85007 by December 3rd. Eleven citizens applying from Pima County are:
Luis A. Gonzales (Pima County)
Linda C. McNulty (Pima County)
William G. Roe (Pima County)
Mark D. Rubin (Pima County)
S.L. “Si” Schorr (Pima County)
Marshall A. Worden (Pima County)
Colleen C. Mathis (Pima County)
Christopher M. Gleason (Pima County)
Jeffrey D. Miller (Pima County)
Richard Stertz (Pima County)
Benny E. White (Pima County)
If you have anything to say about these applicants, I encourage you to write in as these people will be working on the new state legislative & Congressional districts, due to changes in the 2010 Census. Check the Star article for Maricopa County (mostly), Coconino County (1), Navajo County (1), and Yuma County (1) applicants.
12/9/10 UPDATE: Marshall Worden, Mark Rubin, Linda McNulty, Bill Roe, Benny White, and Colleen Mathis made the cut from Pima County. See comments below.