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JSC

Looks like alot of the new 25th comes from Sen. Lucas' district. And note, they split a precinct in chesterfield co, I suspect, to carve African-American voters in/out.

JSC

Wow. Im only 3 pages in to reading this bill and there are 3 instances where a locality is represented ONLY by a partial precinct in a district. For example, in SD6, "part of York county, comprised of part of the Harris Grove (302) precinct" Legally, you do have to take into consideration "communities of interest" when drawing districts.

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