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Making It Count

The invisible boundaries that group Utahns into electoral districts are being redrawn this year, and lawmakers plan to have new maps on the governor’s desk by Thanksgiving. Legislative leaders announced their anticipated timeline for the redistricting process last week, setting a tight fall turnaround kicking off in August, when they expect to receive new U.S. Census Bureau data, and ending in December, when Utah Gov. Spencer Cox will have the option to approve or veto their work.
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Is Utah gerrymandered? Here's what the parties and experts say

A roll of voter stickers distributed in Utah amidst the 2020 election (Kristin Murphy, Deseret News.) (Kristin Murphy, Deseret News) — SALT LAKE CITY — Is Utah gerrymandered? Kind of, not really — it's complicated. Utah's two major parties and experts explain why the current district lines are so divisive,...
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