Officials say the state’s redistricting commission will reach consensus on new State Assembly lines by its December 2nd deadline.
While much of the talk and focus has been on Congressional and State Senate district lines, which were battled for months before being ironed out, Assembly lines could have challenges.
The Commission, who recently lost its leader, will meet one day before the new draft maps are due.
They are using much of the Assembly map that was released earlier this year – and largely agreed to by reps from both sides of the aisle.
Some areas around Syracuse remain a sticking point for leaders.
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