Redistricting Partners works with large and small agencies on their decennial redistricting process, conversions to districted elections under the California Voting Rights Act, and other related projects, such as racially polarized voting analyses. Our client list from over the last redistricting cycle includes more than 20 counties, 25 cities, and numerous special districts.

We are proud to be working with two major statewide educational associations to help facilitate redistricting for the agencies they serve.

CSBA is the nonprofit education association representing the elected officials who govern public school districts and county offices of education.

Redistricting Partners has a partnership with CSBA to serve school districts and county offices of education in their redistricting needs.

The Foundation serves as the official foundation supporting the Board of Governors, Chancellor’s Office, and the entire California Community College system, including 115 colleges and 73 districts, serving 2.1 million students.  

The Foundation has a master contract with Redistricting Partners that can be used by community colleges to provide a complete, open, transparent redistricting process.

Current and Past Clients include:


  • New York Independent Redistricting Commission


  • Kern County
  • Napa County
  • San Bernardino County
  • San Joaquin County
  • San Luis Obispo County
  • Santa Clara County
  • Siskiyou County
  • Solano County
  • Ventura County
  • Yolo County
  • Butte County
  • Glenn County
  • Humboldt County
  • Imperial County


  • City of Los Angeles Redistricting Commission
  • New York City Districting Commission
  • City of Long Beach Independent Redistricting Commission
  • City of Berkeley Independent Redistricting Commission
  • City of Oakland Independent Redistricting Commission
  • City of Bakersfield
  • City of Berkeley
  • City of Belmont
  • City of Burlingame
  • City of Carpinteria
  • City of Mesa, AZ
  • City of Napa
  • City of Parlier
  • City of Redwood City
  • City of San Jose
  • City of Santa Ana
  • City of Davis
  • City of Elk Grove
  • City of Petaluma
  • City of Riverside
  • City of Monterey
  • City of Modesto
  • City of Martinez
  • City of Millbrae
  • City of Oakland
  • City of Ojai
  • City of Roseville
  • City of San Mateo
  • City of Victorville
  • City of West Sacramento
  • City of Santa Rosa
  • City of Laguna Niguel
  • City of Diamond Bar

School Districts

  • Los Angeles Unified School District
  • Napa County Office of Education
  • Alameda County Office of Education
  • Belmont-Redwood Shores School District
  • Roseville City School District
  • Contra Costa County BOE
  • Fresno County BOE
  • Orange County BOE
  • Irvine County BOE
  • San Luis Obispo BOE
  • Ventura County BOE
  • Clay Elementary School District
  • Lompoc Unified School District

Community Colleges

  • Barstow CCD
  • Cabrillo CCD
  • Cerritos CCD
  • Citrus CCD
  • College of the Desert CCD
  • Compton CCD
  • Copper Mountain CCD
  • Cuesta College CCD
  • Foothill DeAnza CCD
  • Grossmont Cuyamaca CCD
  • Kern CCD
  • Long Beach CCD
  • Los Rios CCD
  • Mt. San Antonio CCD
  • Mt. San Jacinto CCD
  • Napa Valley College
  • Ohlone CCD
  • Pasadena CCD
  • Rio Hondo CCD
  • Irvine CCD
  • San Bernardino CCD
  • San Jacinto CCD
  • San Jose Evergreen CCD
  • Santa Clarita CCD
  • Santa Barbara CCD
  • Santa Rosa CCD
  • Shasta CCD
  • Solano CCD
  • South Orange CCD
  • Southwestern CCD
  • Victor Valley CCD
  • Yosemite CCD
  • Yuba CCD

Special Districts

  • Goleta Water District
  • Valley Water
  • Coastside Fire District
  • Coastside Water District
  • Goleta West Sanitary District
  • Montara Water & Sanitary District
  • Rincon Water District
  • Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority
  • Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare
  • Cucamonga Valley Water District
  • Coalinga Regional Medical District
  • Solano Irrigation District
  • Sequoia Healthcare District
  • San Mateo County Harbor District
  • Cosumnes Services District
  • Nevada Irrigation District
  • Novato Fire District
  • North Marin Water District
  • Three Valleys Municipal Water District
  • Citrus Heights Water District
  • Midpeninsula Water District
  • Olivenhain Water District
  • Ramona Water District
  • Sacramento Metro Fire District

Organizations impacting State and Local redistricting

For the past several decades the ethnic minority populations have been drivers in redistricting reform and advocacy for proper line drawing.  They learned a long time ago that redistricting creates opportunities and risks for groups that are constantly having their civil rights under attack.

The LGBTQ+ community is working with Redistricting Partners on projects to increase the representation and political power of the state’s growing LGBTQ+ community.  Equality California – the state’s most prominent LGBT rights organization is heading the charge – and using Redistricting Partners.

For all the Statewide redistricting, commissioner Dai said: “Thank you for making a community was otherwise invisible, visible.”

This work in 2011 is being extended into 2021 with a new project expanding beyond California into other states with additional partners from the LGBTQ+ Community.

Sacramento Downtown Partnership is an association of community and business leaders focused on revitalizing downtown.  Early in the process, the group was interested in what could be done to maximize the downtown voice on a city council that in the last redistricting split the downtown core three ways.

The DSP contracted with Redistricting Partners, Pence Communications and Imprenza Communications Group to develop maps, rationale and strategy around redistricting at the city level.

Our other non-profit contracts to assist in redistricting, voting rights analysis and related activities include:

  • American Civil Liberties Union
  • Advancement Project
  • Irvine Foundation
  • California State Building Trades
  • Victory Fund