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San Joaquin County will be better represented, expert on reapportionment says

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Tony Quinn

Posted: Friday, March 18, 2011 12:00 am

A longtime expert on reapportionment in California predicts that San Joaquin County will no longer partner up with the East Bay and Morgan Hill for a single congressional seat when district boundaries are changed for the 2012 election.

Tony Quinn, co-editor of California Target Boo — which analyzes congressional, assembly and state senate districts and is considered by Republicans as the premier GOP expert on reapportionment — predicts that Rep. Jerry McNerney, D-Pleasanton, will not represent the Lodi area unless he decides to run in San Joaquin County instead of his East Bay roots.

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