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24
Feb
new redist

Redistricting Technical Changes Adopted

On January 30th, Governor Gary Herbert signed into law SB 125, HB 286, and HB 287, three bills that incorporated minor technical tweaks to the districts for State Senate, State House, and State Board of Education.  The following link to the Lieutenant Governor’s web page displays the updated maps.

Updated Maps

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24
Jan

Redistricting Technical Changes

At the request of county clerks around the state of Utah, the Utah State Legislature in conjunction with the Lieutenant Governor’s Office has proposed minor modifications to the redistricting maps passed during the special session in October 2011.  These changes are necessitated by small voting precincts and incorrect municipal boundaries provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.  The following links lead to pdf’s with the proposed changes and the relevant bill pages. Read more »

20
Jan
photo-greg-bell

Lieutenant Governor Greg Bell: 2012 Political District Maps

The Lieutenant Governor’s Office launched the Utah Political District Maps website that displays interactive maps of the State House, State Senate, State Board of Education and Congressional Districts recently passed by the Utah State Legislature.  These maps are considered the official boundary maps for the four types of districts.  This site will also incorporate minor technical changes allowed by S.B. 3005, a bill passed at the end of the redistricting special session.

A link to this web site is provided below.

2012 Political District Maps

31
Oct
Utah Map

Legislative Enrolled Maps

After months of hard work, the redistricting process came to a close during the legislative special session, held in October. The Legislature approved the final maps, and Governor Herbert signed them into law. Each of the maps can be found below:

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18
Oct
Congress_-_SB3002_ENROLLED

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

Deviation from Ideal Population:

Largest District: 0.00% (1 person)

Smallest District: 0.00% (0 people)

Enrolled SB3002, sponsored by Senator Ralph Okerlund. Read more »

7
Oct
Senate_-_SB3001_ENROLLED

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

Deviation from Ideal Population:

Largest District: 0.00% (3 persons)

Smallest District: 0.00% (3 persons)

Enrolled SB3001, sponsored by Senator Ralph Okerlund.

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6
Oct
House_-_HB3001_ENROLLED

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

Deviation from Ideal Population:

Largest District: 0.07% (+24 persons)

Smallest District: -0.06% (-22 persons)

Enrolled H.B. 3001, sponsored by Representative Kenneth Sumsion. Read more »

6
Oct
School_Board_-_HB3002_ENROLLED

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

Deviation from Ideal Population:

Largest District: 0.01% (+26 persons)

Smallest District: -0.01% (-18 persons)

Enrolled H.B. 3002, sponsored by Representative Kenneth Sumsion. Read more »