Nesting (voting districts)

Nesting (voting districts)

Nesting is the delimitation of voting districts for one elected body in order to define the voting districts for another body. For example, in California, the State.
Appendix 4: County report and city report, per district (Assembly, Senate, Board of. Equalization, and Congressional). Appendix 5: Nesting.
In manufacturing industry, Nesting refers to the process of laying out cutting Nesting is the delimitation of voting districts for one elected body in order to define.
Not logged in Talk Contributions Create account Log in. Criticisms of electoral politics. Help to improve this article, make contributions at the Citational Source. Elections may fill offices in the legislature. Idahofor example, says that its redistricting commission " should avoid drawing districts that are oddly shaped " - which is more specific than most states.