Peter Yao

Interim Chair, California Citizens Redistricting Commission

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Interim Chairman of the California Citizens Redistricting Commission; Outgoing  Republican Councilman in the City of Claremont and a retired engineer

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Elections are supposed to be competitive between political parties, but consider this.

Nonpartisan Goals and Political Expectations

Elections are supposed to be competitive between political parties, but consider this.

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