Redistricting Revisited 

How the switch from large to small commission district is — or isn’t — affecting selected races.

As the filing deadline of February 20th for races on this year's May 6th county primary ballot creeps ever closer, the effects of the Shelby County Commission's much fought-over reapportionment, post-2010 census, are worth a cursory look. District 1: One of the…

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