It's been a 100 days since the inauguration, and despite a lot of promises, hopes and false starts, the one thing everybody hoped for hasn't happened yet: when we wake up and it was all a dream.
Redistricting commissioner resigns, citing toxic atmosphere
A Democratic member of the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission has stepped down. In a letter to Governor Jan Brewer, Jose Herrera said commission meetings have a toxic atmosphere, and said he had to defend himself despite a thorough and transparent record of the IRC’s work. Herrera also pointed to lawsuits targeting the commission’s most recent legislative and congressional maps, which were updated after the 2010 Census.
Tuesday, he resigned effective immediately.
By law, the Independent Redistricting Commission is made up of two Democrats, two Republicans, and an Independent chair.