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7 TRBStateHouse1 A proposal for redistricting basically staring from scratch with no preference for party strength nor incumbency protection. 2021-09-27 Admin User Thomas Bore No Attachment Download Open
10 CWeaver Utah State House map This is a map for the lower house of the state legislature. 2021-09-27 Admin User Christian Weaver No Attachment Download Open
28 The Hepworth State House Plan v1.1 A state house plan for Utah with the goal of minimizing city splits and creating competitive districts.\n\nv1.1: Cleaned up Provo district lines, reduced number of incumbent double/triple bunks. 2021-09-27 Admin User Stuart Hepworth No Attachment Download Open
29 The Hepworth State House Plan A Utah state house plan based on minimizing city splits and creating competitive districts. 2021-09-27 Admin User Stuart Hepworth No Attachment Download Open
30 The Hepworth State House Plan v1.2 A state house plan for Utah based around communities of interest, keeping cities whole, and competitiveness.\n\nv1.2 Improved compactness and map hews better to neighborhoods in Provo and Salt Lake City. 2021-09-27 Admin User Stuart Hepworth No Attachment Download Open
31 The Hepworth State House Plan v1.11 A state house plan for Utah with the goal of minimizing city splits and creating competitive districts.\n\nv1.1: Cleaned up Provo district lines, reduced number of incumbent double/triple bunks. 2021-09-27 Admin User Stuart Hepworth No Attachment Download Open
53 Utah House - City & County Boundaries - Compact Utah House map trying to match city and county boundaries while following COIs & road/geographic divisions and limiting VTD splits. Also tried to create districts in which a resident could most easily drive from one end of the district to the other. 1 district dedicated to Eagle Mountain, Riverton, Bountiful, and Summit County because they each have approximately same population as a house seat. 2021-09-29 Admin User Macklin Scheldrup No Attachment Download Open
55 KC_House_Districts This map tries to keep cities together and generally respects county boundaries. There are cases like Roosevelt, Henefer and Hideout where it crosses county lines, primarily for deviation purposes. What would people in those towns prefer? There is a lot of room for improvement of boundaries, especially along the Wasatch Front. The boundaries can easily be tweaked to better match neighborhoods and communities of interest. 2021-10-08 Admin User Kris Campbell No Attachment Download Open
59 The Hepworth State House Plan v1.3 A state house plan for Utah with the goal of minimizing city splits and creating competitive districts. v1.3 Better aligns to COIs in Weber county. The Wellsville-Perry-Willard district now goes with more rural parts of Weber county, while the more developed conservative north Ogden suburbs are kept with themselves. 2021-10-08 Admin User Stuart Hepworth No Attachment Download Open
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6 The Hepworth Competitive Congressional Plan A congressional plan with the goal of creating two highly competitive districts in Utah while being minimally disruptive to communities of interest. The plan consists of a district containing highly educated conservative areas from Logan to Provo; a highly competitive district running form Ogden, all of Davis County, to Salt Lake City to Park City; a highly competitive district including most of Salt Lake County's suburban areas, and a district containing the high growth area in the south end of Salt Lake County and north end of Utah county as well as the rest of the state. 2021-09-27 Admin User Stuart Hepworth No Attachment Download Open
11 CWeaver congressional map I have drawn these maps so that the urban/suburban communities of the Wasatch Front can get proper representation in districts 1-3. By concentrating rural communities in district 4, they can be sure to have a strong voice in their electoral contests. 2021-09-27 Admin User Christian Weaver No Attachment Download Open
13 Compact Common-Sense Redistricting Plan Simple districts, population balanced, high affinity and proximity to similar communities. Rural regions combined, county boarders taken into consideration. 2021-09-27 Admin User Brent Melling No Attachment Download Open
14 Congressional_IanBLarm There is absolutely no deviation in the population for this plan. This plan is as close to singular boxes and along as many county lines as possible. This is the most fair map by population possible. 2021-09-27 Admin User Ian Larm No Attachment Download Open
15 Congressional_IanBLarm_2 A zero population deviation congressional map. Splits Utah fairly. 2021-09-27 Admin User Ian Larm No Attachment Download Open
16 Congressional - Compact - Rural District Map with district focused on rural Utah. Other 3 districts are compact along I-15 Wasatch Front. Weber and Salt Lake the only county splits. Magna and Riverton the only city splits. Deviations 6 or fewer people. Limited precinct splits 2021-09-27 Admin User Macklin Scheldrup No Attachment Download Open
17 ChancesHumanCongressfromShapefile Proposed Congressional districts for Utah 2021-09-27 Admin User Mike Bender No Attachment Download Open
18 Congressional - North to South Defines districts from north to south. No county is divided more than once. No district is entirely within one or two counties. (No \"cracking\". No \"packing\".) 2021-09-27 Admin User Niel Mejia No Attachment Download Open
20 The Hepworth Compact Congressional Plan A congressional plan for Utah aimed at keeping communities of interest together to the greatest degree possible. The plan consists of a district containing all of Northern Utah; a district containing Summit county and a majority of Salt Lake County, including all of Salt Lake City and its immediate suburbs; a district containing the high growth area of south Salt Lake County and northern Utah County; and a district containing the Provo area and the rest of the state. 2021-09-27 Admin User Stuart Hepworth No Attachment Download Open
21 The Hepworth Competitive Congressional Plan A congressional plan with the goal of creating two highly competitive districts in Utah while being minimally disruptive to communities of interest. The plan consists of a district containing highly educated conservative areas from Logan to Provo; a highly competitive district running form Ogden, all of Davis County, to Salt Lake City to Park City; a highly competitive district including most of Salt Lake County's suburban areas, and a district containing the high growth area in the south end of Salt Lake County and north end of Utah county as well as the rest of the state. 2021-09-27 Admin User Stuart Hepworth No Attachment Download Open
22 The Hepworth Mixed Compact Congressional Plan A congressional plan for Utah that keeps communities of interest together while fulfilling the Legislature's desire for each district to contain a substantial amount of rural areas.\n\nThe plan consists of a district containing all of Northern Utah; a plan containing Salt Lake City, most of West Valley City, all of the east-side Salt Lake City suburbs except for Draper, as well as all of Summit, Wasatch, Duchesne, Uintah, and Daggett counties; a district containing all of the West side Salt Lake City suburbs sans Bluffdale and part of Herriman as well as all of Western Utah; and a district containing all of Utah County along with Southeastern Utah. 2021-09-27 Admin User Stuart Hepworth No Attachment Download Open
23 The Hepworth Mixed Competitive Congressional Plan A congressional plan for Utah featuring two highly competitive districts. I don't like this plan as much as my normal competitive plan, but it complies with the goals of legislative redistricting leaders for each district to feature a mix of urban and rural areas. \n\nIt consists of a district including most of northern Utah sans Morgan, Ogden, and some Ogden suburbs, along with Tooele and parts of Juab and Millard; a district including Ogden, Morgan, Salt Lake City, the rest of Salt Lake County west of Redwood Road, Summit County sans the Park City Area, Duchesne, and Uintah; a district containing San Juan, Grand, Green River, Carbon, nearly all of Wasatch, Mapleton, Springville, Provo, Orem, Vineyard, the Park City Area, and Salt Lake County east of Redwood Road sans the southern part; and a district containing the rest of Utah, including the south part of Salt Lake County, most of Utah County, and most of southern Utah including Cedar City and St. George. 2021-09-27 Admin User Stuart Hepworth No Attachment Download Open
24 The Hepworth Rural Maximizing Congressional Plan A highly competitive congressional plan for Utah aimed at providing rural areas with better representation by creating a district in which they constitute a majority that also keeps Utah county whole while creating highly competitive districts centered in Salt Lake and Davis county. 2021-09-27 Admin User Stuart Hepworth No Attachment Download Open
35 Michael - Congressional Map Congressional Districts Map 2021-09-27 Admin User Michael Anderson No Attachment Download Open
36 Congressional - Jeff Ricks - 9-3-21 Two more urban districts with two more rural districts. 2021-09-27 Admin User Jeff Ricks No Attachment Download Open
39 Utah Congressional Districts The idea was to make district boundaries along logical areas of the Wasatch front urban areas while clustering the rural areas into sections that may be beneficial. 2021-09-27 Admin User Bryan Hull No Attachment Download Open
41 A Friendly Congressional Suggestion A logical, compact district plan that splits only three cities. 1. NORTH WASATCH FRONT: Pleasant View to SLC. 2. CENTRAL SALT LAKE VALLEY: Magna to Sandy. 3. SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT: Herriman to Santaquin. 4. RURAL UTAH. 2021-09-27 Admin User Daniel Friend No Attachment Download Open
42 Utah Congressional - Submission by Evan Willie Utah Congressional Map Starting with a blank map. The intention of this map was to try to minimize splitting Counties and Cities as much as possible. This plan achieves this, while maintaining a population deviation of 0.001%, or +/- 4 people between districts. 2021-09-27 Admin User Evan Willie No Attachment Download Open
44 Nhall Congressional 4_revised v2 This might be a repeat submission due to software glitches. 1st submission showed disconnected geography and when attempting to fix it, the district population distribution was messed up, but it allowed submission even with issues. 2nd submission show as successful, but then received an error message that email server was down and messages wasn't received. Not sure if plan was submitted so sending in again. Here are notes from previous submission. 25%-30% of Utah voters vote Democrat. Yet, it's rare that these voter's views/values are represented by our politicians. In some circles, the claim is that the only way to achieve district population balance is by mixing rural with Urban/Suburban. Yes, if the goal is to disenfranchise voters, that is the only way. Why else would the most Democratic parts of the state be represented by the most far-right congressmen? This map is not perfect, but it's a big improvement over the current district configuration where even moderate conservative voters are not well represented. The goal with redistricting should be to have the majority of voters represented by politicians whose values are in alignment. With this proposed map, this is what the voters will get: District 1: Mix of suburban and rural (with some urban in the Ogden core). This will result in a moderate Republican being voted in (with the rare possibility of a moderate Democrat). This is what the majority of these constituents want. District 2: Mainly Urban & suburban. This district will consistently vote for a Democrat - sometimes a progressive, but more than likely a moderate. This is what the majority of these constituents want. District 3: Mainly suburban. This district will vote for a moderate Republican with small chance of an occasional moderate Democrat. This is what the majority of these constituents want. District 4: Mainly rural with some exurbs and the population clusters of Cedar City and St. George. These voters will usually go for a more conservative Republican, but may also vote for more moderates as well. There might be pockets of constituents who won't like this, but again, this is what the majority of these constituents want. Can we please have a more balanced congressional map this time around? Please do the right and fair thing. Thank You. 2021-09-27 Admin User Nathan Hall No Attachment Download Open
46 Utah Submission This plan prioritizes the minimization of county splits, compactness, and ensuring that communities of interest are fairly paired together. District 1 - North Utah, no county splits District 2 - South Utah, splits Utah County with District 3 District 3 - Utah and southern Salt Lake County, including Orem, Provo, Lehi, West/South Jordan etc. District 4 - Contained entirely within Salt Lake County. Includes Salt Lake City proper, West Valley City, Taylorsville, Sandy etc. No district deviates more that 0.07% from the ideal population. I hope you will take this proposal into consideration while helping lead the great state of Utah into the next years of government. 2021-09-27 Admin User Benjamin Greene No Attachment Download Open
47 UT REDISTRICT PLAN Proposed Congressional District Map 2021-09-27 Admin User Edward Trageser No Attachment Download Open
48 map 1 No need to reinvent the wheel. This map generally follows existing borders (i.e. roads, rivers, counties etc.) while mostly keeping communities of interest together. In this plan, the 3rd and 1st districts took on more of Salt Lake County while the 4th and 2nd lost some of Salt Lake County. The 4th also took on the Vineyard area using Geneva Road and the Front Runner tracks as the border. 2021-09-27 Admin User Jared Dallin No Attachment Download Open
49 TMC Focused on keeping similar populations in a district 2021-09-27 Admin User Travis Clemens No Attachment Download Open
50 Nhall revised buggy map software Bug with map software allowed faulty district distribution map to be submitted. This is revised with correct populations. 25%-30% of Utah voters vote Democrat. Yet, it's rare that these voter's views/values are represented by our politicians. In some circles, the claim is that the only way to achieve district population balance is by mixing rural with Urban/Suburban. Yes, if the goal is to disenfranchise voters, that is the only way. Why else would the most Democratic parts of the state be represented by the most far-right congressmen? This map is not perfect, but it's a big improvement over the current district configuration where even moderate conservative voters are not well represented. The goal with redistricting should be to have the majority of voters represented by politicians whose values are in alignment. With this proposed map, this is what the voters will get: District 1: Mix of suburban and rural (with some urban in the Ogden core). This will result in a moderate Republican being voted in (with the rare possibility of a moderate Democrat). This is what the majority of these constituents want. District 2: Mainly Urban & suburban. This district will consistently vote for a Democrat - sometimes a progressive, but more than likely a moderate. This is what the majority of these constituents want. District 3: Mainly suburban. This district will vote for a moderate Republican with small chance of an occasional moderate Democrat. This is what the majority of these constituents want. District 4: Mainly rural with some exurbs and the population clusters of Cedar City and St. George. These voters will usually go for a more conservative Republican, but may also vote for more moderates as well. There might be pockets of constituents who won't like this, but again, this is what the majority of these constituents want. Can we please have a more balanced congressional map this time around? Please do the right and fair thing. Thank You. 2021-09-27 Admin User Nathan Hall No Attachment Download Open
51 Congressional - North to South Defines districts from north to south. No county is divided more than once. No district is entirely within one or two counties. (No \"cracking\". No \"packing\".) 2021-09-28 Admin User Niel Mejia No Attachment Download Open
52 Adjust Current Districts (2021-09-13) Shifting lines on current districts 2021-09-29 Admin User Jason Tomlinson No Attachment Download Open
54 Lorraine Jackson's Plan I created a map based on what seemed like it could be represented by a single individual. To try and represent Goshen and downtown SLC with the same human just doesn't make any sense. In my map, each district has a distinct identity, and voters will be fairly represented. 2021-10-01 Admin User Lorraine Jackson No Attachment Download Open
56 The Hepworth Compact Congressional Plan v1.1 A congressional plan for Utah with the aim of being compact and aligning to communities of interest while minimizing county splits.\n\nv1.1 Now has zero population deviation. 2021-10-08 Admin User Stuart Hepworth No Attachment Download Open
57 The Hepworth Competitive Congressional Plan v1.1 A congressional plan for Utah with the goal of creating two highly competitive districts. v1.1 Swapped Draper and Riverton between districts 3 and 4, eliminating a city split. Also reduced population deviation to zero. 2021-10-08 Admin User Stuart Hepworth No Attachment Download Open
60 Conression Districts 4 districts 2021-10-08 Admin User Cameron Carter No Attachment Download Open
61 Congressional Districts Rural and Population Centers The goal of my plan was to group the population into plans based on their unique characteristics. I grouped the rural areas together as much as possible and created three districts from the Wasatch front population center splitting them up in a north to south manner. 2021-10-08 Admin User Kathryn Bekker No Attachment Download Open
62 1 Large Rural Have a single large district for most of rural Utah, with the Wasatch front area divided up into 3 districts. 2021-10-08 Admin User Jake Smith No Attachment Download Open
63 Congressional redistrict Congressional redistrict keeping districts less spread out where possible 2021-10-08 Admin User Teri Josephson No Attachment Download Open
64 CAN_8 Great map with each rep having a good share of urban and rural. 2021-10-11 Admin User Luke No Attachment Download Open
65 Utah redistricting map 2021-2031 Congressional districts proposal 2021-10-11 Admin User David Melonas No Attachment Download Open
66 Draft #1 An attempt at creating balanced congressional districts by an interested citizen 2021-10-11 Admin User Nick Johnson No Attachment Download Open
68 Congressional Districts Following county lines as much as possible, avoiding the splitting of cities and communities. 2021-10-12 Admin User Glen K Thurston No Attachment Download Open
70 Utah_2020 This map starts with the current districts. It keeps natural neighborhoods together in Salt Lake County by using major corridors as boundaries. It also gives a greater representation to the population base of the state with all four reps sharing responsibility. 2021-10-14 Admin User Luke Tanner No Attachment Download Open
71 Congressional Districts - Chuck Goode Communities share a common need - D1 military D2 water/tourism D3 tourism D4 air quality/tourism 2021-10-14 Admin User Chuck Goode No Attachment Download Open
72 RichMingo This plan is based on the premise that democracy works much better when voters select their elected officials based on the issues they are most concerned with rather the elected officials selecting their voters based on the issues they are most concerned with, i.e. getting re-elected. District 1 – We used to be rural but that cow left the barn years ago! Includes the I-15 corridor from North Salt Lake north to Smithfield and along Highway 40 including Heber Valley. District 2 – This is as rural as Utah gets and also includes Washington and Iron Counties. District 3 – This is the Silicone Slopes District which includes the I-15 corridor from south Salt Lake County south along the east shore of Utah Lake, Provo, Orem and south to Payson. District 4 – The Urban Core District which includes most of Salt Lake County and adjacent watershed areas. 2021-10-14 Admin User Richard Mingo No Attachment Download Open
73 Utah2020 This map takes into consideration the current boundaries. It also gives the city with the largest population multiple representatives. Almost all of the boundaries in Salt Lake City are along natural boundaries. I used State Street, I-15, 3900 South, Constitution, etc. This doesn't split neighborhoods and gives everyone an equal share. Each member has urban and rural which is also imperative for a state like Utah that's so heavily owned by the federal government. 2021-10-15 Admin User Luke Tanner No Attachment Download Open
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25 The Hepworth State Board of Education Plan A state board of education plan for Utah based on minimizing splits of school districts and cities. 2021-09-27 Admin User Stuart Hepworth No Attachment Download Open
26 The Hepworth State Board of Education Plan v1.1 A State Board of Education map for Utah based around minimizing splits of school districts and cities.\n\nv1.1 Reduced population deviation, district 5 now takes in Capitol Hill and The Avenues rather than Rose Park and Fairpark. 2021-09-27 Admin User Stuart Hepworth No Attachment Download Open
27 The Hepworth State Board of Education Plan v1.1A An alternative to my other state school board plan with a radically different set-up for Southern Utah. The issue was raised at the Rose Park legislative redistricting meeting that Juab, Tintic, North Sanpete, South Sanpete, and Millard school districts should all be in the same district. This map accomplishes this by removing my 3rd district from Utah county and putting it into most of Southern Utah, retracting my 15th from Cedar City and sending it west, and pushing my 14th into Utah County. 2021-09-27 Admin User Stuart Hepworth No Attachment Download Open
58 The Hepworth State Board of Education Plan v2.0 A state board of education plan for Utah focused on minimizing splits of school districts across multiple state board of education districts.\n\nv2.0 Redrew map to avoid a district containing parts of both Davis and SLC. Several other issues were solved in the process, such as keeping Juab-Millard-Sanpete together, and what to do with Tooele. With two exceptions, every district either contains at least one whole school district, or is wholly based in one school district. The exceptions are district 4 (which would not have been possible due to geography unless I paired it with Morgan) and district 9 (which is almost wholly within Alpine but takes a few thousand people from Draper). The Weber split looks weird; what I was going for is a district containing Ogden and its southern suburbs in 2; the other more developed parts of the county with northern Davis in 4; the more rural parts of the county in 1, with Box Elder and Cache. 2021-10-08 Admin User Stuart Hepworth No Attachment Download Open
69 School Board Map Use county lines as much as possible, avoid splitting up communities. 2021-10-12 Admin User Glen Thurston No Attachment Download Open
74 USBE Plan 1 This map was constructed with the primary goal of keeping school districts (SD) intact as much as possible. When districts had to be split, it was done as much as possible along high school boundary lines. District 1 keeps Box Elder, Cache, Logan, and Rich SD together and adds part of Weber school district. District 2 contains the remaining part of Weber SD along with Ogden SD. District 3 contains part of Davis SD. District 4 contains the remaining part of Davis SD along with Toole SD. District 5 contains Morgan, Murray, North Summit, Park City, and South Summit SD. Plus, eastern parts of Salt Lake SD, and Granite. District 6 contains the western part of Granite SD. District 7 contains most of Salt Lake SD, plus part of Granite SD. District 8 contains Canyon SD. District 9 contains part of Jordan SD, and part of Granite SD. District 10 is mostly the silicon slops area and contains part of Jordan SD and part of Alpine. District 11 contains part of Alpine SD. District 12 Contains Wasatch SD, plus parts of Alpine SD and Provo SD. District 13 contains Juab, Nebo, and Tintic SD, plus parts of Provo SD. District 14 contains Beaver, Carbon, Daggett, Duchesne, Emery, Garfield, Grand, Kane, Millard, North Sanpete, Piute, San Juan, Sevier, South Sanpete, Uintah, and Wayne SD. Plus, part of Iron SD. District 15 contains Washington SD, plus most of Iron SD. 2021-10-15 Admin User Hank Postma No Attachment Download Open
75 USBE Plan 2 This is a variation of my plan 1. This map was constructed with the primary goal of keeping school districts (SD) intact as much as possible. When districts had to be split, it was done as much as possible along high school boundary lines. This variation keeps both Iron and Washington SD intact by placing Iron SD into District 14 and Sevier, Piute, Wayne, Garfield, and Kane into District 15. 2021-10-15 Admin User Hank Postma No Attachment Download Open
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9 CWeaver Utah Senate plan In drawing up this map, I endeavored to incorporate communities of like interests and neighborhoods whenever possible within the limitations of the district population deviation allowed. 2021-09-27 Admin User Christian Weaver No Attachment Download Open
12 Revised Senate Plan A revised version of one discussed at meeting. 2021-09-27 Admin User Chad Smith No Attachment Download Open
19 Utah Senate - COIs - Compact - City Boundaries Senate map focused on COIs and county/city boundaries while trying to also be compact. Attempted to make it so any district could be driven across without having to cross another. Provo and West Jordan have dedicated districts since they're approx the size of a senate district. 2021-09-27 Admin User Macklin Scheldrup No Attachment Download Open
32 The Hepworth State Senate Plan A state senate plan for Utah based on keeping communities of interest together. 2021-09-27 Admin User Stuart Hepworth No Attachment Download Open
33 The Hepworth State Senate Plan v1.01 A compact state senate plan with the goal of aligning to communities of interest.\n\nv1.01 - Properly submitted as a state senate plan instead of as a congressional plan. 2021-09-27 Admin User Stuart Hepworth No Attachment Download Open
34 The Hepworth State Senate Plan v1.1 A state senate plan for Utah with the goal of keeping communities of interest together while following major roadways.\n\nv1.1 Reduced number of incumbent double-bunks, slightly cleaned up lines. 2021-09-27 Admin User Stuart Hepworth No Attachment Download Open
37 The Hepworth State Senate Plan v1.2 A state senate plan for Utah based around keeping communities of interest together.\n\nv1.2 Improved compactness, map better fits to neighborhoods in the Salt Lake City area. 2021-09-27 Admin User Stuart Hepworth No Attachment Download Open
38 Senate 20200909 Utah Senate districts drawn without considering current districts or incumbents, balancing population deviation, cohesive communities, and compactness. 2021-09-27 Admin User Alan Wessman No Attachment Download Open
45 CarterPape 2021.senate.utah.map This map is blind to demographic and partisanship data. It strictly splits up Utah into State Senate districts, with preference for keeping small counties whole. Where counties had to be be split, I kept cities whole. Where cities had to be split, I made splits that kept districts compact. 2021-09-27 Admin User Carter Pape No Attachment Download Open