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Squidboy October 21st, 2013 12:55am

CA is realizing significant bi-partisan cooperation in their State Legislature. Credit is given in part to a recent bi-partisan committee that re-did all electoral districts. Would you support this in your home state even if your party lost ground?

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skinner Jersey City
10/20/13 6:30 pm

My party has no ground to lose in this state. I'm in.

beanD California
10/20/13 6:47 pm

I was totally just going to say that! Stole my comment >:(

skinner Jersey City
10/20/13 6:48 pm

Haha. I know it's tough being a conservative in a blue state right.

beanD California
10/20/13 6:51 pm

I don't really even follow CA politics bc it's so mind-numbingly stupid most of the time.

skinner Jersey City
10/20/13 6:59 pm

Yeah I know what you mean. It gets frustrating.

CodySTL Southern Illinois
10/20/13 6:24 pm

Considering the corrupt Chicago politicians currently hold all the power, I would love such a change.

10/20/13 6:00 pm

The democrats have the power here. I do support the principle though.

Squidboy Snarkapottamus
10/20/13 6:06 pm

No question I support the concept regardless of party outcomes(I'm an independent and don't care for partisan politics). But tell me - you live there - while the change is new - do you think the effect is as real as the article states?

10/20/13 6:10 pm

Not quite. I think the concept is a great one and should be adopted by all states, but I think a large part of this is more changes in views, although the redistricting absolutely played a role.

shellybaxter1234 Peaceful Place
10/20/13 7:04 pm

Squid boy - I'm not sure where you think we are functioning in a bi-partician way in California. There was some re-districting that happened under a Republican Governor. But currently we have a Dem Gov and a supermajority of Dems in the Senate and

shellybaxter1234 Peaceful Place
10/20/13 7:05 pm

Are one vote shy of a supermajority for Dems in the Assemly

Squidboy Snarkapottamus
10/20/13 7:06 pm

I'm referencing the NYT article below.