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Archive for September 2011

30
Sep
Congress - SB3002

Congress: SB3002, Congressional Boundaries Designation, by Sen. Okerlund

Deviation from Ideal Population:

Largest District: 0.00% (+1 persons)

Smallest District: 0.00% (-0 persons)

S.B. 3002, sponsored by Senator Ralph Okerlund, represents the official recommendation of the Redistricting Committee. Read more »

30
Sep
Senate - SB3001

Senate: SB3001, Utah State Senate Boundaries and Election Designation, by Sen. Okerlund

Deviation from Ideal Population:

Largest District: 0.00% (+3 persons)

Smallest District: -0.00% (-3 persons)

S.B. 3001, sponsored by Senator Ralph Okerlund, represents the official recommendation of the Redistricting Committee. Read more »

30
Sep
School Board - HB3002

School Board: HB3002, State Board of Education Boundaries and Election Designation, by Rep. Sumsion

Deviation from Ideal Population:

Largest District: 0.01% (+23 persons)

Smallest District: -0.01% (-18 persons)

H.B. 3002, sponsored by Representative Kenneth Sumsion, represents the official recommendation of the Redistricting Committee. Read more »

30
Sep
House - HB3001

House: HB3001, Utah State House Boundaries Designation, by Rep. Sumsion

Deviation from Ideal Population:

Largest District: 0.08% (+29 persons)

Smallest District: -0.06% (-23 persons)

H.B. 3001, sponsored by Representative Kenneth Sumsion, represents the official recommendation of the Redistricting Committee.

Read more »

29
Sep
Congress - Sumsion_06_Modified_A

Congress: Redistricting Committee Adopted “Final Congressional Map 9/29/11″

This map was submitted by Rep. Sumsion, modified from Sumsion_06, which is linked here. The map was adopted as a base for Congressional districts, approved at the September 27th meeting, and was submitted to the Legislature at the September 29th meeting.  Read more »

29
Sep
Senate_Redistricting_Committee_Adopted_Senate_Map_9_27_11_V2

Senate: Redistricting Committee Adopted “Final Senate Map 9/29/11″

This State Senate map was adopted by the Redistricting Committee at the September 27th meeting, and was submitted to the Legislature at the September 29th meeting. At the meeting on the 27th, there were some modifications made to the earlier adopted Senate Base Map, which is linked here. Read more »

29
Sep
Adopted_Final_House_Map_9_29_11

House: Redistricting Committee Adopted “Final House Map 9/29/11″

At the September 29th, 2011 meeting, the Redistricting Committee adopted this map, which includes minor technical changes made by committee staff. This map supersedes the previous House base map, which is linked here. Read more »

29
Sep
Adopted_Final_School_Board_Map_9_29_11

School Board: Redistricting Committee Adopted “Final School Board Map 9/29/11″

This map establishes the 15 districts of the State Board of Education.  At its September 29, 2011 meeting, the Redistricting Committee adopted this map, which includes minor technical changes made by committee staff to the previously adopted map found here. Read more »

29
Sep
Chad's ideal plan, Congress

Congress: Chad Smith “Chad’s ideal plan”

Deviation From Ideal Population

Largest District: 0.00% (+16)

Smallest District: -0.00% (-9)

The following plan was submitted by Chad Smith through the online redistricting tool.  This plan is publicly available within the online tool and can be used as a template for future plans. Read more »

29
Sep
Mountains Deserts Suburbs Cities, Congress

Congress: Taylor Smith “Mountains, Deserts, Suburbs, Cities”

Deviation From Ideal Population

Largest District: 0.00% (+35)

Smallest District: -0.00% (-36)

The following plan was submitted by Taylor Smith through the online redistricting tool.  This plan is publicly available within the online tool and can be used as a template for future plans. Read more »