Vote to pass a joint resolution that submits a constitutional amendment to the voters that amends the redistricting process.
Repeals the requirement that each legislative district be divided into 2 representative districts (Sec. 2).
Establishes the Senate Redistricting Commission and the House Redistricting Commission each composed of 10 members, with no more than 5 members of the same political party, by February 1 of a year following a federal census (Sec. 3).
Specifies that the minority leader and president of the Senate each appoint 5 members to the Senate Redistricting Commission, and the minority leader and speaker of the House each appoint 5 members to the House Redistricting Commission (Sec. 3).
Requires the Senate and House Redistricting Commissions to conduct at least 10 public hearings to receive testimony and inform the public (Sec. 3).
Requires the Senate and House Redistricting Commissions to redistrict the representative districts by passing a resolution with a three-fifths majority no later than August 20, if a redistricting resolution is not filed by July 20 (Sec. 3).
Requires the most senior Supreme Court judges from each political party to appoint a “special master” to redistrict the legislative districts and another “special master” to redistrict the representative districts if a redistricting resolution is not filed by August 20 (Sec. 3).