Idaho's citizen redistricting commission has convened this morning, and GOP Commissioner Lou Esposito has proposed several additional options on congressional district plans. The first, C-43, is a slight revision of the earlier Five Mile Plan proposed by the Republicans, aimed at cleaning up and straightening some lines. Another is a “cleanup” of C-38, the Cloverdale compromise plan he proposed yesterday, to “true up all lines on the northern part of the district,” using Highway 55 as a divider. “I think this also gives us some very bright lines,” Esposito said. “It's another alternative.” Both, like earlier GOP proposals, simply move the line in Ada County between districts 1 and 2, leaving eastern Idaho in District 2 and North Idaho in District 1.