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Districting & Apportionment Commission September Update


Posted Date: 
September 7, 2012
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Districting & Apportionment Commission, Legislative Services Division

Panel Adopts Tentative House Districts

At the end of a week-long meeting last month, the Montana Districting and Apportionment Commission voted to adopt a tentative redistricting plan containing 100 state House districts. The commissioners stressed that the plan was tentative and reserved the right to suggest and make changes at future commission meetings.

The commissioners met starting on Monday, Aug. 13, and continued to discuss, revise, and adopt House districts until 10 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 17. The resulting 100-district map is named the Tentative Commission Plan. Later this fall, the commissioners will meet to pair the House districts into 50 state Senate districts.

Maps of the tentative House districts are now available on the commission’s website, along with reports detailing statistics about the districts.

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