Tony Quinn

Republican political consultant

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Veteran Sacramento political consultant and co-editor of the California Target Book, the most authoritative handbook on California's legislative and congressional districts; former Republican staffer; former Commissioner of the Fair Political Practices Commission

 

Tony Quinn on KCRW

In 1964, the US Supreme Court revolutionized political power by ruling that all people should be represented equally: one person, one vote — in Congress, the state legislature and…

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In 2008, California voters gave a citizens commission the power to set boundaries for legislative districts, taking it away from the politicians.

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In the elections of 2008 and 2010, California voters created the first  citizen's reapportionment commission  in state history.

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