The question of redistricting is beginning to rear its head
The Tennessean's Chas Sisk takes a long, hard look today at the legislative and Congressional redistricting process, and how it could impact the way constituencies for both Houses of the Tennessee General Assembly and for Congress are drawn. In keeping with the geographic base of the paper he works for, Sisk deals with how the new districts will impact the politics of Middle Tennessee. However, plenty of questions remain about what East Tennessee political boundaries will look like when the new constituencies are finally made public.
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