(Worthy News) – New York Gov. Kathy Hochul signed off on a new congressional map Thursday that analysts believe is more favorable to Democrats than the prior map.
The new map has drawn criticism from state Republicans who have accused the Democrats of “illegally gerrymandering themselves into permanent power” and have said they are evaluating their legal options.
“These bills are necessary to reapportion districts and to provide certainty and clarity regarding such districts in a timely manner, allowing for efficient administration of the electoral process. The enactment of these bills marks the culmination of the legal process of redistricting,” said a document indicating that Hochul had signed the redistricting legislation. [ Source: Washington Examiner (Read More…) ]
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