After a Democrat-controlled state legislature rejected the new Congressional maps that were approved in a 9-1 vote earlier this month by an independent redistricting commission, the stage is set for a new political fight. 

Candidates are set to begin collecting petition signatures Feb. 27, but without approved maps that process is muddy at best. Democrats now need to come up with their own map and then vote on it, but with a June primary looming, the clock is ticking.

Ken Jenkins, the chair of the Independent Redistricting Commission, joined “Mornings On 1” anchor Pat Kiernan Tuesday to break down what should happen next.