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Update on the Extraordinary Apportionment Session

The Florida Senate released its first look at proposed revisions to the state senate map on Saturday.  You can check out the proposed changes (plan 9016) at http://www.flsenate.gov/Session/Redistricting/Plan/s000s9016.  Get a quick view of the map with the Senate’s District Explorer at http://maps.flsenate.gov/de1/map.html?plan=s000s9016.

If you want to download the KMZ file for viewing in MyDistrictBuilder, click here.

As the Extraordinary Apportionment Session moves forward this week, the Senate will post subsequent amendments to the map at http://www.flsenate.gov/Session/Redistricting/Plans.  So make sure to check back from time to time.

The Extraordinary Apportionment Session, pertaining to the state senate map, must conclude by 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday,  March 28, 2012.

For reports on downloads regarding plan 9016, from the Florida Senate, click below:

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  1. Pasco county is within 1% of the required population for a single senate district. There are no ‘Tier 1’ requirements with regard to Pasco county. For this reason, any plan that divides Pasco County fails the ‘Tier 2’ requirement that plans use county lines where possible.
    The Florida House cleanly divided Pasco county into three districts that were each entirely within the county. The Florida Senate would do well to defer to their judgement here.
    I am not and do not plan to live or work in Pasco county, so please consider me an uninterested and neutral observer.

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