Redistricting Board to unveil new maps
ANCHORAGE (AP) — The Alaska Redistricting Board will consider seven possible political district configurations it created on its own, plus five others submitted by groups or individuals, as it begins hearings to draw up new boundary lines.
The board also will welcome more proposals at hearings in Anchorage, Fairbanks and Juneau, the Anchorage Daily News reported.
“They just really wanted to make sure that they looked at all different options, see what people can do,” said board attorney Michael White. “The idea behind public input is, somebody comes up with a better way to build a...