A Redistricting Dilemma for a Florida School Board

Lee County, Florida – The Lee County school board is debating whether redistricting is needed to elect a minority to its school board, which represents a county that is 55% minority.  A recent Supreme Court case, politics, and general confusion about redistricting has delayed any action so far.  This editorial in the News-Press gives a detailed discussion of the problem and the boards ongoing struggle with minority representation issues.



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  1. Redistrictingonline Monthly Redistricting Update (March 2017) – RedistrictingOnline.org

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