The website of the California Citizens Redistricting Commission now features the draft maps everyone's been waiting for.
The maps show the proposed new boundary lines for Assembly, Senate, Congressional and Board of Equalization districts.
The maps can be found here. The drafts on the website don't feature partisan breakdowns of the district, but The Bee and other groups will release analyses later today.
The commission is currently meeting to consider formal approval of the draft maps. The meeting is broadcast online here.
The commission will hold public hearings throughout June to get input about how the drafts can be improved. The final maps are expected to be adopted on Aug. 15.