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  • Congressional Redistricting Plan
  • 27 Districts
  • Complete: 4 unassigned census blocks
  • Contiguous: These districts contain holes and noncontiguous geography
  • Direct Impacts: Statewide
  • Submitted to the Florida House of Representatives
  • Submitted by Sarah Gates and Dr. David Bradford of Brevard County

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  1. Staff note that Dr. David Bradford presented this plan to the House and Senate redistricting committee in Viera (Brevard County) Florida on July 28, 2011. To see/hear Dr. Bradford’s comments, visit

  2. David Lewin says:

    Thanks for you efforts! District 19 seems incongruously large

  3. Thanks for the work. This reflects a lot of thought. I can only speak for Central Florida. Celebration finally seems to be in Osceola County under this plan, which makes sense, and the I-4 corridor from Kissimmee into downtown, which shares many common interests, seems to be intact. Looks like the 4 corners area is in with Lake which may make sense, except Lakeland will obviously dominate that district. But the biggest and maybe unavoidable problem may be that because of its population Orange County is broken up into 4 different congressional districts here, 8, 10, 11, and 12. This may give Orange County more clout because it will have 4 different possible representatives, but it does mean the county can’t sing with one voice.

  4. The effort to balance by population is spectacular, and really must have taken a great deal of time. You are to be commended for your thorough and detailed approach. How do the authors of this effort feel the letter and spirit of Amendment six is expressed in their document?

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