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Fair and Competitive Districts

The Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission was created in 2000 when Arizona voters, by a margin of 12 points, passed Proposition 106.

Arizona voters demonstrated overwhelming support for this initiative, which took redistricting power away from politicians and created a new, five-member independent citizens commission with the mandate to draw “fair and competitive congressional and legislative districts.”

Arizona was one of the very first states to implement an independent redistricting commission. In 2021, Arizona is now in its 3rd decade of independent redistricting.

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IRC Info Sessions

The ADP is excited to offer weekly online info sessions that will inform Arizona Democrats and prepare us to make our voices heard in this round of redistricting.

Join us for an hour-long information session on the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission. We’ll cover a history of the commission, how our maps are drawn, and how Arizonans can engage in this exciting process.


Stay up-to-date on Arizona Redistricting

Sign up today to receive the weekly ADP Redistricting update emails. Throughout the redistricting process, these email updates will provide the latest Arizona redistricting news, as well as information on how to get involved in the fight for fair and competitive maps.


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Let’s move Arizona forward.