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Arizona’s Independent Redistricting Commission is busy drawing lines for legislative and congressional districts, in a time crunch aggravated by a pandemic-driven delay in getting census numbers. Meanwhile, some local entities in Arizona will have to do the same thing. Some cities have voter districts, and the counties and community colleges do also. Pinal County’s five members of the Board of Supervisors were elected last year, meaning there will be no election there until 2024, giving some breathing room.

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