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Population and Geography based on 2020 Census
Thank you UIRC for producing well crafted non-partisan maps just like the *majority* of Utah voters wanted.
MATTHEW DAVID SCHNEIDER
This map achieves the Legislature's stated goal of an Urban/rural split for districts while keeping cities in Salt Lake County whole. This should be considered well ahead of the chairs maps.
honest map - made in good faith unlike Rep Ray and Sandall's disaster
I think this is a pretty good map. It seems to keep communities of interest together and is the only one that splits Southeastern and Southwestern Utah. From my experience those communities have quite different concerns.
The legislative redistricting committee needs to choose one of the UIRC recommendations or they are usurping power from the voice of the people through Prop 4. There are better and worse options if we're trying to fairly represent the people, but anything besides using one of these is unacceptable.
I feel this is a much better option than the map proposed by the legislative redistricting committee.
Karin L Fenn
This map is better than 132 but still not a fair distribution of districts according to interests and concerns. Not a good choice.
The worst map put forward by the independent commission, but far better than anything put forth by legislators. The problem with this map is that is mixes too many Urban and Rural voters together. When this happens you have representatives that have a hard time representing their district because their district isn't aligned on the issues.
My least favorite of the IRC maps - but way better than the Legislature proposal. I prefer the Purple or Orange maps created by the IRC!
This map isn't as good as some of the other maps. The urban/rural mix is just too weird. I'd pass on this one.
Another attempt to split Salt Lake County as many ways as they can to quite progressive and liberal voters. We deserve AT LEAST one totally urban district considering 90.6% of the population of the state is in urban areas.
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