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Population and Geography based on 2020 Census
Not very compact. However, this would do better with partisan representation (3 R, 1 D) and would create more slightly more competitive districts.
Large city populations have to be split somewhere and I think this map does a great job of keeping like communities together as much as possible. This is a vast improvement from the other maps.
I like how much this map follows county boundaries. Of course SLCo must be split up because of its population, but I think this map does a good job of splitting it and grouping it with other similar demographics.
My neighborhood is split in about half. I am in the part that goes east to the state border. Don't really have much in common with the rural eastern part of Utah. Strange way to do it.
Still not as good as the UIRC maps. However, this is better than the other maps coming out of the Legislative Committee. I don't like it, but I don't hate it quite as much.
I really appreciate that this map only splits the two most populous counties (which is all but inevitable) and still only splits them across two districts. I think any quibbles that the populations of the two districts are extremely silly because census figures aren't exact and will change significantly over the next decade anyway. How wonderful would it be to know someone's congressional representative just by answering what city they live in instead of needing to consult a map?
I'm not a fan of "pizza" maps in general but this map splits communities less than the horrible gerrymander favored by Sandall and Ray.
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