AK redistricting planning committee set to begin meeting
December 5, 2019
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — The committee that will plan Alaska’s redistricting that occurs every 10 years is set to begin meeting, officials said.
The state’s Redistricting Planning Committee is scheduled to hold its first meeting Wednesday in Anchorage, KTOO-FM reported Monday.
Redistricting involves redrawing Alaska’s legislative districts to align with figures from the federal census, which also occurs once every decade, officials said.
Final decisions about where district lines are drawn will be made by a separate redistricting board authorized by the Alaska Constitution.