Elections

June 4, 2016 2:14 PM

What to expect from oddities of new congressional maps

Confusion is possible in Tuesday’s low-turnout, standalone primary election

Redistricting is responsible; some call for reform

What can we glean from those who live in the new districts, and their past voting patterns?

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