ACLU drops adding Point Loma and Coronado
By Christopher Cadelago / SignOnSanDiego / Sept 1, 2011
San Diego County on Wednesday released two proposals to establish a supervisorial district where the majority of the population is made up of ethnic minorities, a month after abandoning its original plans amid legal threats from civil rights attorneys.
The county’s two alternative maps, scheduled for consideration by the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, [Sept 6th] would create a South Bay district where Latinos and African Americans constitute a majority of the voting-age population.
The decision to possibly give minority voters a stronger voice in upcoming elections came after the American Civil Liberties Union of San Diego and Imperial Counties objected to the initial map.
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