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  • Lars
    November 1, 2021
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    These are my proposed changes to the "Letters" proposal for assembly districts.
  • Lars
    November 1, 2021
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    These are my proposed changes to the "Letters" proposal for state senate districts.
  • Lars
    November 1, 2021
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    These are my proposed changes to the "Letters" proposal for congressional districts.
  • Lars
    November 1, 2021
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    This is my proposed state senate map for all of New York State. It goes along with my redistricting handout.
  • Lars
    November 1, 2021
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    This is my proposed state senate map for all of New York State. It goes along with my redistricting handout.
  • Lars
    November 1, 2021
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    This is my proposed congressional district map for all of New York State. The map goes with my redistricting handout.
  • James
    October 31, 2021
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    Downstate close-up of Objective Watershed-based Method for Statewide US Congressional Districts -- please see associated comments submitted
  • James
    October 31, 2021
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    Objective Watershed-based Method for Statewide US Congressional Districts
  • Daniel
    October 25, 2021
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    Capital Region Assembly Map - .csv file. PDF file also available.
  • Jasmin
    October 23, 2021
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    See attached.
  • Dylan
    October 21, 2021
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    This is a map of the Rochester neighborhoods which should all be considered communities of interest when drawing maps.
  • Dylan
    October 17, 2021
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    This map specifically relates to the Rochester region and fixes some of the issues that local advocates had with splitting up communities of interest within the city. It also proposes a change in the southern part of Monroe County as it relates to Assembly districts.
  • Michael
    October 3, 2021
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    Hello, I am a resident of southern Brooklyn in the neighborhood of Bensonhurst. After viewing the "Letters" and "Names" proposals introduced by your commission, I noticed that the "Letters" plan takes my community out of Nicole Malliotakis's Staten Island district and places me in Nydia Velazquez's district which connects to Manhattan and Downtown Brooklyn. Not only would my community be at the southern tip of Velazquez's district, but it would be unlike the rest of the district politically. I can see the Verrazano Bridge from my window, and many people that work here live in Staten Island, so I feel that Staten Island is a community of interest to mine. The "Letters" plan would be a disaster for our political influence. The "Names" plan does indeed keep me in the Staten Island congressional district, however the closest high school to me and many of the grocery stores I shop at are in other districts. It splits the Dyker Heights and Bensonhurst area. I attached my rendition of the Staten Island congressional district, which I feel is even better than the "Names" plan, and keeps all our communities of interest together. Please let me know what you think of this map and if you are willing to pass that. Thank you!
  • Stuart
    September 28, 2021
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    Both the letters and names map seem to be very partisan and separates cohesive communities in the name of changing the partisan balance. This is bad for democracy. I created this map - it is not perfect but tries to group communities together without having snaking gerrymandered districts. Thank you for your consideration.
  • Srikar
    September 25, 2021
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    2022-2032 Congressional Map. This map uses 2020 population data to balance districts with all population deviations (from the ideal district size) no more than 1000. Four districts have a partisan difference of no more than 2%: Staten Island, Sullivan/Ulster/Dutchess/Orange Counties, the Western Adirondacks, and the Finger Lakes/Southern Tier area.