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2020 Census PL 94.171 Data
Move these (2) Oxford Twp Precincts with the rest of Oxford and Addison Twp in MI46. They share one non-partisan community of interest in their single, shared school system.
Why after many, many displeased comments on all the previous maps, have you not corrected these egregious districts that serve to dilute the voices of Pontiac voters and other communities as well? The residents of these communities will not accept the "it's too much work" answer. Commenters from Lake Orion, Oxford, Clarkston, Independence Township, Waterford, Auburn Hills, Bloomfield and Pontiac have all stated that these districts do not preserve COIs and do not represent the communities involved in any way. Fix this!
fully support this map! it keeps the city and county whole.
Absolutely support this map, keeping Midland County in it's entirety is a logical approach to insuring that the communities interests are best served.
I support this map. Keeping Midland County together is pragmatic, makes sense, and is fair to the Midland County voters.
James H. Gurnee
Fully support this map. Keep Midland together! Community interest are the same!
Great! Keep Midland together, keep community interests together as one.
Fully support this map. Thank you for keeping Midland County whole!
Catherine A Macomber
I support this map with reservations. I believe the issues related to the Watershed that impacts northern Bay county should be considered and that area should be kept with southern Bay county
Thank you for a map that keeps Midland County whole!
I have been waiting for a map that has some common sense to it regarding community of interest. My dad said common sense is uncommon. Unfortunately there has been a lot of maps recently like 208 through 210 that seem to be politically motivated by taking a slice sideways and tearing apart Midland from Midland County. This map makes sense to us in the Midland area. Thank you for a map that ACTUALLY appears to based on community of interest and not motivated by political concerns. Thank you for a nonpartisan map that makes common sense.
Anne Van Hulle
This map looks better. It keeps Midland whole and will help in our recovery process from the floods of 2020.
Natalie Gingras Hazen
Mary J Quehl
FINALLY A STATEHOUSE MAP THAT APPEARS TO BE MORE BASED ON COMMUNITY OF INTEREST. This map makes sense to us in the Midland area. Thank you for a map that ACTUALLY appears to based on community of interest and not motivated by political concerns. Thank you for a nonpartisen map that makes common sense.
This is a good map because it keeps Midland whole. Midland county needs a unified voice, especially in flood recovery due to the heavy flooding that occurred here in 2020.
Strong like on this map. Keeps Midland County whole!
LIKE this map- it keeps Midland and Gladwin interests for flood recovery and watershed. This is great for Midland and Central Michigan!
Matthew J Smith
LIKE this map- this makes sense and keeps Midland and Gladwin interests for flood recovery and watershed. This is great for Midland and Central Michigan, thank you
Thank you for recognizing our community interests.
This map makes sense. Keep midland city with midland county!
This map makes sense. Thank you for keeping Midland County and City of Midland together!!!!! We are a community of interest!
This Statehouse map makes perfect sense. Thank you for recognizing keeping the City of Midland with the County of Midland supports the important requirement of communities of interest.
This Map as it relates to District 31, reflects a community of interest, that is linked through the watershed the exists in that district, as well as the economic and social connections
This Statehouse map makes perfect sense.
Doreen F Starner
Agree with Jennifer M. Thank you!
This map is logical and makes sense. It harmonizes into one district communities of interest of Midland and Gladwin for flood recovery and watershed management; as well as the agricultural community of interest that benefits from representation that understands the importance of agriculture here in Midland and Central Michigan. Thank you, Commission!
Just as bad as before. Why is a tiny slice of Union Lake and Waterford in a district with Pontiac, with whom there is no educational, social, economic or COIs, when you could include Lake Angelus (shares infrastructure and school district), Auburn Hills (COIs, schools, infrastructure), Sylvan Lake (schools/taxes) or even West Bloomfield (a large portion of Pontiac students go to school in W Bloomfield) and still not have jeopardized the VRA. Splitting up a COI and community is nothing to take lightly. Additionally, many, if not most, of these metro Detroit districts in this map split COIs, communities, are strangely shaped and have little if no common interests and will make no one happy. Not good choices; looks worse than what we have had in the past.
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