Come, I will conceal nothing from you: the Ricky Gill campaign is busily bringing up the odd detail that his likely opponent for CA-09 - Rep. Jerry McNerney, who was essentially accused by ProPublica last month of having that district redrawn for his benefit - has not yet moved into CA-09. Given that McNerney's been putting this move off since at least last July, I think that this is a perfectly reasonable observation of the Ricky Gill campaign to make. I understand that redistricting can make for temporary confusion and delay until things straighten out again, but at this point failing to find a new place to live in the district that you want to represents a certain lack of, ah, drive*.
As you probably recall, we interviewed Ricky last month at RedState. Check out the interview.
Moe Lane (crosspost)
*We will now pause while Democrats search frantically for any Republican legislator from the last thirty years who did not instantly relocate his or her primary residence because of redistricting. Alas for them, it's not really unlikely that any hypothetical GOP legislator had gone through the trouble of (allegedly) designing their district first. In other words: shenanigans are one thing, but sloppy, ill-planned shenanigans? That's kind of... embarrassing, no?