The independent Map-a-Thon Project has released its analysis of the maps proposed by the House Special Committee on Redistricting, the Map-a-Thon's own, and how the proposals from the Democrat and Republican members of the committee stack up with the Map-a-Thon's.
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Reports from the Map-a-Thon Citizen Mapping Project
The reports below are in the PDF form in which they were submitted to the House Special Committee and Senate Election Law & Municipal Affairs. All are large files and may take a short time to download.
Files are listed in reverse chronological order, scroll to the bottom for the latest analyses:
Map-a-Thon proposals for Congress, Executive Council and NH Senate:
Map-a-Thon's analysis for the Congressional maps proposed by Special Committee Republicans & Democrats, and comparisons with Map-a-Thon's proposals:
Map-a-Thon's proposed NH House Maps and supporting documentation:
Map-a-Thon's analysis of NH House maps proposed by Special Committee Republicans & Democrats, and comparisons with Map-a-Thon's proposals
Map-a-Thon's analysis of proposed majority and minority voting district maps for Executive Council and NH Senate.
Map-a-Thon's analysis of Proposed NH House Districts and a Revised Analysis of Congressional Maps
For Thursday, April 14th hearing: Map-a-Thon analysis of the NH Senate Maps passed by the Senate:
For Thursday, April 14th hearing: Map-a-Thon analysis of the Executive Council Map passed by the Senate:
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