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Yuma County extends deadline to join Redistricting Advisory Commission

Looking to fill three “at-large” membership seats

YUMA COUNTY, Ariz. (KYMA, KECY) - Yuma County will soon be utilizing the 2020 Census data to redraw boundary lines for the supervisorial and justice of the peace districts.

To encourage maximum public participation in this process, the Board of Supervisors established the citizen Redistricting Advisory Commission, consisting of thirteen members, which will hold public hearings on redistricting matters, while also developing redistrict plans to present to the Board of Supervisors.

The County is seeking qualified applicants to fill three “at-large” membership seats. Members must be an elector (registered voter) in Yuma County, and cannot be related to any member of the Board of Supervisors, their staff, or any member of the Yuma County Attorney’s Office, Recorder’s Office, or other member of the Redistricting Advisory Commission.

The Board of Supervisors has extended the Redistricting Advisory Commission application deadline to the end of the month.

Interested individuals must return a complete application to the Yuma County Clerk of the Board by 5 p.m. on Wednesday, June 30. To download the application, click here.

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