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President Obama’s political organization is merging with Eric Holder’s National Redistricting Action Fund, giving it control of the vaunted list of supporters, donors and volunteers that Obama and his team built over more than a decade.

Organizing for Action (OFA) will fold itself into the Holder-run group, and the merged organization, the National Democratic Redistricting Committee (NDRC), will kick off a campaign, dubbed All On The Line, to promote redistricting reform and participation in the 2020 Census.

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The efforts ahead of the decennial reapportionment and redistricting process that begins next year, and that will have a major effect on the apportionment of electoral college votes and congressional districts.

“The integration of OFA with NDRC, into our redistricting effort, is going to help us have activists all over the country who are fighting for fair maps and more representative democracy,” Holder told The Hill in an interview. “The integration of OFA with NDRC is an organizational action, and it’s really just designed to effectuate that which OFA has always stood for, which is to engage citizens at the local level.”

Obama himself previewed the evolution of his former political organization in December, when he said redistricting reform represented an “opportunity to bend the great arc of history toward justice.”

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