It's 14 people.
Five of them are Democrats. Five of them are Republicans. And four of them belong to other political parties or "decline to state" their party registration.
Together, they are making decisions this summer that will affect California politics for the next 10 years.
By Aug. 15, the California Citizens Redistricting Commission will have approved new districts in California for Congress, the state Senate, the state Assembly and the state Board of Equalization.