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Posts from the ‘Six Congressional Finalists’ Category

22
Sep
September 22 Meeting

State Capitol: September 22nd

Our meeting today was focused mostly on Congressional maps, and starting to narrow down the 100+ submitted maps, down to 6.  Read more »

22
Sep
Steven Clark Amended U.S. House Districts, Congress

Congress: Sanpete Man (Steve Clark) “Steven Clark Amended U.S. House Districts”

The following plan was submitted by Steve Clark through the online redistricting tool.  This plan is publicly available within the online tool and can be used as a template for future plans. This map was voted on and is considered a finalist during the September 22nd meeting.  Read more »

22
Sep
Congress - Harper 2

Congress: Rep. Harper_02

The following plan was submitted by Rep. Harper. This map was voted on and considered a finalist during the September 22nd meeting.  Read more »

22
Sep
Garber CDs D, Congress

Congress: David Edward Garber “Garber CDs D”

The following plan was submitted by David Edward Garber through the online redistricting tool.  This plan is publicly available within the online tool and can be used as a template for future plans. This map was voted on and considered a finalist on September 22nd.  Read more »

22
Sep
Congress - Okerlund Plan F

Congress: Sen. Okerlund “Plan F”

Senator Okerlund presented the following Congressional plan at theTooele public meeting on June 21st. This map was also voted on and considered a finalist during the September 22nd meeting. Read more »

22
Sep
Congress - Sumsion 6

Congress: Sumsion_06

The following plan was submitted by Rep. Sumsion. This map was considered as a finalist after a vote on the September 22nd meeting. Read more »

22
Sep
Cox Congress Hat and 3 stripes

Congress: Rep. Cox “Plan E” (Hat and 3 Stripes)

Representative Fred Cox of House District 32 created the following Congressional map using the online redistricting tool.  The plan was shown at the June 15th Redistricting Committee meeting. This map was also approved as a finalist during the September 22nd meeting. Read more »