U.S. Congressional Districts – Legislative/Redistricting Commission. Congressional districts are determined by the state Legislature. If the Legislature fails to do so, a Redistricting Commission is to carry out this task. The Redistricting Commission would be composed of the Speaker of the House, the President Pro Tempore of the Senate, the Chairmen of the House and Senate Committees responsible for legislative reapportionment, and a 5th member who is appointed by the Governor from within the General Assembly. If the Legislature does not adopt the plan of the Commission, the Governor can call a special session of the Legislature so they can address the issue. The Governor also has veto power over congressional and legislative plans.
State Legislative Districts – Legislative. Same as above.