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Summary:

  • Congressional Redistricting Plan
  • 27 Districts
  • Complete: 203 unassigned census blocks
  • Contiguous: These districts contain holes and noncontiguous geography
  • Direct Impacts: Statewide.
  • Submitted to the Florida House of Representatives
  • Submitted by Justin Homburg of Pinellas County

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2 Responses - Comments are closed.

  1. David Lewin says:

    Firstly, Congratulations on the successful completion of the plan, a job well done! At quick glance of the map, it occurred to me that the Tri-county area of Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach counties seems poorly represented. I believe that Palm Beach county, along with Deerfield Beach Broward, should have 3 congressional representatives with a north/south direction representing coastal, urban/suburban and rural districts. It may be necessary to include some of rural Hendy county, since Broward has no areas not incorporated into municipalilties.
    Thanks!

  2. Duval county has nothing in common with Levy county, the West Coast of Florida has different needs that Northeast Florida. Better than than Ortiz BS plan but still needs work. Thanks for the hard work, I know this can not be easy.

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