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HPUBS0071 – Maxwell, Bradley

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Summary:

  • State Senate Redistricting Plan
  • 3 Districts
  • Complete: 423,152 unassigned census blocks
  • Contiguous: The district contains holes and noncontiguous geography
  • Direct Impacts: Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, Walton, Holmes, Washington, Bay, Jackson, Calhoun, Gulf, Franklin, Liberty, Gadsden, Wakulla, Leon, Jefferson and Madison counties
  • Submitted to the Florida House of Representatives
  • Submitted by Bradley Maxwell of Leon County
  • A near identical plan was submitted by Chris Akins of Leon County
  • A near identical plan was submitted by Jeff Sessions of Santa Rosa County

Open Plan in MyDistrictBuilder or Another Application:

  • KMZ File: Save and Open Plan in MyDistrictBuilder (Bradley Maxwell)
  • KMZ File: Save and Open Plan in MyDistrictBuilder (Chris Akins)
  • KMZ File: Save and Open Plan in MyDistrictBuilder (Jeff Sessions)
  • Block Assignment File: Save and Open Plan U.S. DOJ format

Statistics:

Maps:

  • PDF File: Open Complete Map (Bradley Maxwell)
  • PDF File: Open Complete Map (Chris Akins)
  • PDF File: Open Complete Map (Jeff Sessions)

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  1. Staff note that Jeff Sessions provided more specific information regarding his submission: “This map is intended only to draw the first two senate districts in the Florida Panhandle. If other districts come through on the kmz file, that is inadvertent. Thank you for considering my map. It follows major geographical and political boundaries (HWY 98, Blue Angles Parkway, City of Pensacola City Boundaries, I 10, the Eglin reservation, the city limits of the City of Freeport, the intercostal waterway and the major bay system in southern Bay County. “

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