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House: H000H9019 – Florida House’s Redistricting Committee

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Summary:

  • State House Redistricting Plan
  • 120 Districts
  • Complete: YES
  • Contiguous: YES
  • Direct Impacts: Statewide
  • Submitted by the Florida House’s Redistricting Committee
  • For more information, visit the Florida House’s 2012 Redistricting Bills, Amendments and Resources page

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2 Responses - Comments are closed.

  1. Louise McGirr says:

    For Okaloosa County, this is the best plan.

    In most places, the line follows existing Voting districts. Deviations off the VTD lines are recognizable roads. The line may split two neighborhoods, but in both it is a clean cut found easily on any map.

  2. A. Austin says:

    This map looks the best in Navarre because it does not split up Navarre precincts like the other 4. I personally think Navarre Beach should be with Navarre as well, not Pensacola Beach and Pensacola. This map makes absolutely no sense in Santa Rosa County where it puts Avalon and Garcon Point in to District 2 with Pensacola. Garcon needs to be in District 3 and if any more Santa Rosa County needs to be put in to District 2, it should be in the South End in Gulf Breeze.

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