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  • Aron
    December 6, 2021
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    Dear Commissioners, my name is Aron Wieder. I have testified twice before the commission. In my second testimony the commission indicated that it would be helpful to submit redrawn maps that would address the issues that were raised. Please find those maps in GEOJSON format attached.
  • Aron
    December 6, 2021
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    Dear Commissioners, my name is Aron Wieder. I have testified twice before the commission. In my second testimony the commission indicated that it would be helpful to submit redrawn maps that would address the issues that were raised. Please find those maps in PDF format attached.
  • Aron
    December 6, 2021
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    Dear Commissioners, my name is Aron Wieder. I have testified twice before the commission. In my second testimony the commission indicated that it would be helpful to submit redrawn maps that would address the issues that was raised. Please find those maps attached.
  • Heather
    December 6, 2021
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    Attached please find the NY Senate and NY Assembly Maps for the borough of Queens built by the Central Queens Redistricting Coalition. These maps were built at the request of the Commissioners of the NYIRC at the November 17 hearing. We would ask that any feedback or follow up questions be sent to: centralqueensredistricting@gmail.com. Thank you all for your hard work and dedication to this process. - Heather Beers-Dimitriadis & Raj Korpan
  • Heather
    December 6, 2021
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    Attached please find the NY Senate and NY Assembly Maps for the borough of Queens built by the Central Queens Redistricting Coalition. These maps were built at the request of the Commissioners of the NYIRC at the November 17 hearing. We would ask that any feedback or follow up questions be sent to: centralqueensredistricting@gmail.com. Thank you all for your hard work and dedication to this process. - Heather Beers-Dimitriadis & Raj Korpan
  • Graham
    December 5, 2021
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    Map of the 71st and 72nd Assembly District. Creates a competitive district in the 71st AD and a Hispanic majority district in the 72nd AD. Recognizes the connections between West of Broadway in Inwood and Washington Heights as well as East of Broadway in Inwood and Washington Heights following A and 1 Train corridors respectfully.
  • Graham
    December 5, 2021
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    Proposed map for the 31st Senate District that maintains the district's boarders within Manhattan.
  • Lars
    December 5, 2021
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    Here is my final map of the New York Assembly in CSV format. It also can be found online here: https://davesredistricting.org/join/1e19e3f7-8c7b-4b08-9577-46eb08a64954 Please remember that it is impossible to draw a majority minority district in the Capital Region. However, these maps do create 2 districts (112 and 108) in the Capital Region that nonwhite voters would make up a majority of Democratic Primary Voters. Democrats are heavily favored to win both districts so nonwhite candidates should have a good shot at winning an open primary for those seats.
  • Lars
    December 5, 2021
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    This is my final proposal for the NY State Senate district map in CSV format. Please remember to keep all of Saratoga County with Northern Schenectady County and the Albany Suburbs together.
  • Lars
    December 5, 2021
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    This is my final drawing of the congressional districts in New York in CSV format. Here is the link to view the map online: https://davesredistricting.org/join/0533fa68-7cfe-4e41-b88c-d4737f33335e
  • Lars
    December 5, 2021
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    This is my final drawing of the congressional districts in New York in CSV format. Here is the link to view the map online: https://davesredistricting.org/join/0533fa68-7cfe-4e41-b88c-d4737f33335e
  • Fulvia
    December 5, 2021
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    Attached please find our congressional map proposal on behalf of LatinoJustice PRLDEF and the Unity Map Coalition. The Unity Map Coalition is comprised of the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund, the Center for Law and Social Justice at Medgar Evers College, CUNY and LatinoJustice PRLDEF.
  • Fulvia
    December 5, 2021
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    Attached please find a revised New York State Senate plan submitted on behalf of LatinoJustice PRLDEF and the Unity Map Coalition. The revised Senate plan complies with New York's 'block on border' requirements. The Unity Map Coalition is comprised of the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund, the Center for Law and Social Justice at Medgar Evers College, CUNY and LatinoJustice PRLDEF.
  • Paul
    December 4, 2021
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    Assembly https://davesredistricting.org/join/bd4b76c2-a3b1-4ad2-95cb-69b21f710934 Paul Nieves from Yonkers: My goal in drawing districts for the Assembly was to ensure communities of interest, including minority groups, were respected to the extent practicable, while also keeping county and municipal splits to a minimum. These districts are compact and there are new competitive districts throughout the state. NYC districts follow neighborhood boundaries to the extent practicable. New minority opportunity districts were created, as well. For example, districts 89 & 90 no longer divide Yonkers. By not packing Mount Vernon with Downtown Yonkers, a new mostly Hispanic district can exist in the city, while the 89th to remains a plurality Black district. Throughout the rest of the state, the districts follow regional boundaries as defined by Empire State Development, Metropolitan Statistical areas, and the state's geography. No district's population deviates by more than 5%.
  • Paul
    December 4, 2021
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    Senate https://davesredistricting.org/join/9aae2182-21bf-4fb3-8a58-59fba79880e6 Paul Nieves from Yonkers: The Senate map was drawn with the same criteria: Compact districts that respect communities of interest, including minority groups, state regions, as well as, county and municipal boundaries. There are new competitive districts and minority opportunity districts throughout the state. No district's population deviates by more than 5%. For example, a new mostly Asian district is created in Brooklyn - the 22nd. In Queens, there are 2 plurality Asian districts (11 and 17) and 1 mostly Asian district (16), while the 13th district remains mostly Hispanic. Again, NYC districts follow neighborhood boundaries to the extent practicable.