Maps shift region’s political landscape

State, congressional districts more purple

California’s revised political maps have been signed and sealed, paving the way for a spirited midterm election next year in which blue and red candidates will be forced to fight on new, perhaps unfamiliar ground.

The California Citizens Redistricting Commission voted Dec. 20, a week before its deadline, to approve final maps for the 52 U.S. congressional, 80 Assembly and 40 state Senate districts in California.

State Senate and Assembly candidates must live in the districts they represent...

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