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House of Delegates Redistricting

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Second Special Session
› Planned Components Report (HB 201 Enrolled)
› Population Summary Report (HB 201 Enrolled)
› HB 201 House Redistricting Enrolled
› Boggs Final Amendment (HB 201)
› Boggs #1 Proposed Amendment (HB 201)
› Armstead #1 Proposed Amendment (HB 201)

First Special Session
Contents district-by-district map book, which contains maps and data that reflect the intent of House Bill 106 as it passed.
› HB106_Map_Book
› HB106_Plan_Components_Report
› HB106_Population_Summary_Report
› House Final Map
› HB 106 - House Redistricting Bill

Meeting Dates & Agendas

Tuesday, August 2, 2011 at 09:00 AM in House Gov. Org. - 215E - LISTEN LIVE

Agenda
1. Call to Order

2. Roll Call

3. Approval of Minutes

4. HB ORG- Relating to and implementing the decennial redistricting of the House of Delegates.

5. Adjournment



House Select Committee on Redistricting

On May 26th, Speaker Thompson appointed a 30-member, bi-partisan Select Committee chaired by House Majority Leader Brent Boggs




Resources

A listing of Legislative and National redistricting announcements, fact sheets & links.
› Redistricting Office - Redistricting Timeline
› NCSL - Redistricting Basics & Terminology
› Brennan Center - A Citizen's Guide to Redistricting
› U.S. Census - Strength in Numbers
› Relevance of Compactness
› NCSL - Census & Redistricting Profiles
› U.S. Census Bureau
› American Community Survey


Releases
› Speaker Appoints House Select Committee on Redistricting


2010 Census Information

The files below reflect the new district and county population numbers in West Virginia based on the 2010 Federal Census.

New districts have not been drawn based on these numbers. Released (03/23/2011)
› Senate Districts
› House Districts
› Congressional Districts
› County Population

Public Law 94-171 Reference Maps (2010 CENSUS)
› P.L. 94-171 VTD/SLD Reference Maps
› P.L. 94-171 County Block Maps
› Census Tract Reference Maps

House Select Committee on Redistricting

Welcome to the House Select Committee on Redistricting website, through which we plan to provide citizens with as much information as possible about the process of redrawing the boundaries of the West Virginia delegate districts. Just as importantly, we want you to use this website to share your thoughts on how we can best draw the district lines to properly reflect shifts in the state's population.

While our committee has 30 members from throughout the state who will fine-tune a final proposal, we envision this process as one that takes place largely at the local level and involves close interaction among residents, county officials and each of our 100 delegates.

On this site, you can locate your local delegate, or consult the committee map to see which Select Committee member is from your region. There is a form on which you can provide feedback, and contact information if you would like to speak to a member directly.

Please revisit the site often, as we will be updating it throughout this process.


Address
House Select Committee on Redistricting
1900 Kanawha Blvd. East, Room 228M
Charleston, West Virginia 25305

E-mail: house.redistricting@wvhouse.gov

Phone Toll-Free: 1-855-395-9128


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