In this Feb. 10, 2016, file photo, President Barack Obama is greeted by Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner during his arrival on Air Force One in Springfield, Ill. An effort to change the way political maps are drawn is shaping up as one of the biggest battles of 2016 in Illinois. Obama criticized the process during a speech in Springfield last week, saying it too often favors one political party.
In this Feb. 10, 2016, file photo, President Barack Obama is greeted by Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner during his arrival on Air Force One in Springfield, Ill. An effort to change the way political maps are drawn is shaping up as one of the biggest battles of 2016 in Illinois. Obama criticized the process during a speech in Springfield last week, saying it too often favors one political party. Pablo Martinez Monsivais AP
In this Feb. 10, 2016, file photo, President Barack Obama is greeted by Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner during his arrival on Air Force One in Springfield, Ill. An effort to change the way political maps are drawn is shaping up as one of the biggest battles of 2016 in Illinois. Obama criticized the process during a speech in Springfield last week, saying it too often favors one political party. Pablo Martinez Monsivais AP

Obama re-ignites fight over drawing Illinois’ political maps

February 14, 2016 12:22 PM