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Inventory of the California State Senate Elections, Reapportionment, and Constitutional Amendments Committee Records, 1850-2006
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Description
The Elections, Reapportionment and Constitutional Amendments Committee is the most recent Senate committee to oversee election law, redistricting and reapportionment, and, beginning in 2005, constitutional amendments. Throughout the life of the committee its scope appears to have remained that of bills relating to elections and reapportionment, with the addition of hearing constitutional amendments in 2005. The Senate Elections, Reapportionment and Constitutional Amendments Committee records consist of Bill Files, 1969, 1975-1980, 1982-2006, Hearing Files, 1967-1975, Contested Election Files, 1850-1937, Reapportionment Files, 1967-1975, 1982-2001, Reapportionment Hearings, 1961, 1971-2001, Reapportionment Court Case Files, 1982-2002, Subject Files, 1962-2004, Correspondence, 1974-2000, Maps and Data Files, 1965-1967, Demographic and Political Profiles, 1992-1993, Miscellaneous Reports, 1851-1858, 1973-1996, and News Clippings, 1980-2004. It is anticipated that the Archives will receive further records from the Senate Elections, Reapportionment and Constitutional Amendments Committee. Researchers should check for recently received, unprocessed records of this committee.
Background
The Elections, Reapportionment and Constitutional Amendments Committee is the most recent Senate committee to oversee election law, redistricting and reapportionment, and, beginning in 2005, constitutional amendments.
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52 cubic feet
Restrictions
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Availability
Collection is open for research.