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HPUBH0002 – Alvarez, John

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Summary:

  • State House Redistricting Plan
  • 4 Districts
  • Complete: 469,177 unassigned census blocks
  • Contiguous: These districts contain holes
  • Direct Impacts: Brevard and Volusia counties
  • Indirect Impacts: Indian River, Lake, Orange and Seminole counties
  • Submitted to the Florida House of Representatives
  • Submitted by John Alvarez from Brevard County

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5 Responses - Comments are closed.

  1. Redistricting Committee staff note that the author of this plan provided the following comments:

    “This keeps South Brevard in a concise, solid block.”

    “Central Brevard County will be HD 31. Most of Northern Brevard County will be HD 32.”

    “It just makes sense – Brevard County can basically be divided into 3 areas north, central and south Brevard. Those three areas can each become 3 seats. It respects Amendments 5&6 and doesn’t favor the Republicans or Democrats.”

    “Cape Canaveral and everything north of Titusville could ultimately be part of Volusia county in order to keep Brevard County into 3 regions/3 seats.”

  2. Redistricting Committee staff note that the author of this plan provided a revised version of the plan and the following comments:

    “Here is my updated plan. The one that I sent you the first time was incomplete.”

  3. I’d like to talk to you about your plan for a story in Florida Today. — Jeff Schweers

  4. Charles says:

    This suggestion is much better than the current plan. The current line between District 30 and District 31 looks like a classic case of gerrymandering.

  5. On the surface of things based on a quick perusal of the maps, I agree with the redistricting plans of H0002.

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