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UIRC Final Recommendation -- Purple
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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.
I'm not a big fan of cutting the east side of West Mountain area in half - which is exactly what happened here.
This is a fair, objective map, and the lines are drawn to best group people with shared values and experiences. This map pays attention to important interest groups, both racial/ethnic, as well as rural communities that have specific needs in their representation. I think this map offers a good chance for all Utahns to feel like their voices are present in our state legislature. Most importantly, this map is a much better, more fair, and more representative map than the map proposed by the Legislative Redistricting Commission.
The Sugarhouse district looks good, this is very accurate and will reflect the needs of the residents
I personally believe this map accurately represents the area I live in, and should be used for redistricting purposes.
Julianne Peck Dabling
This is the most ethical map presented to the Legislature. This is what the people of this state deserve. Do not gerrymander districts and disenfranchise us.
I support the map drawn by the UIRC. I feel that it allows for fair representation.
Makes more sense than the Legislature's attempt.
This option makes the most sense for Park City as it represents a geography which has common and consistent issues. The issues for any geography east of Kamas concern agriculture, extraction and wilderness not suburban density, tourism and over development.
THIS MAP KEEPS OUR COMMUNITY TOGETHER WITH LIKE CONCERNS, IE. THE UIRC PURPLE PROPOSAL.
This map is thoughtful and by far the one that makes the most sense to me. That being said, every map provided by UIRC would be a drastically better decision then the current map presented to us. The proposed congressional map would split the Salt Lake County areas of Sugar House, Millcreek, Murray and Holladay into four different congressional districts. How is this nightmare happening yet again?
Peter B Armentrout
Peter B Armentrout
I think that the legislature has acted in an unacceptably arrogant manner, in proposing districting boundaries that are not reflective of the independent redistricting recommendations.
So many districts to look at! For the House, I feel that this UIRC recommended purple map is the best option.
I appreciate that this map tries to keep cities and broader communities grouped together. In most cases following clear geographic, major road, and city divisions.
This is an amazing way to represent Provo! Each of these districts has citizens with needs similar to each other and distinct from the other districts.
Another good map. Captures the regions, similarities, differences, and population nicely.
This looks great! The focus on keeping cities and counties together, as well as places you can directly drive to makes sense.
Karli C LaMar
Thank you for keeping Rose Park with Fairpark and Glendale!
Thank you for keeping Tooele County and Box Elder Counties separated. We are not actually connected with any major road which can make representation difficult.
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