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2020 Census PL 94.171 Data
Constance Lippert
This map has a disastrous partisan fairness score. Please choose the Cherry V2
Yim Kong
Not partisan fair for Asians or Michigan. Please choose the Linden.
Lorie Culham
Linden or Szetela or Kellom at least kept us in some semblence of our own rural community. Lange, Palm and Cherry split us from our neighbors right across the road with the same Webberville mailing address. They take White Oak completely out of any option to have a voice by assuming our concerns are the same as those of communities in western Ingham county and Lansing. What an odd division to have our nearest towns of Webberville and Stockbridge also isolated into two other separate districts. Please reconsider.
Lisa Lamancusa
Not impressed with the partisan fairness of this map for Michigan overall. In addition, this map divides up the Grand Rapids area north and south to strategically give Republicans and advantage where it is not warranted by the number of Democratic voters in the area. Please reject this map.
Carol Bardenstein
While I thank the commission for its hard work in redrawing the maps, this seems to be the worst of all the redrawn maps, very much perpetuating what was wrong with the previous biased gerrymandered maps, in which a *minority* of voters get a *majority* of seats!
Nomi Joyrich
This map looks like it was designed solely for the purposes of being biased. This map is pure injustice.
Jonathan Paul Kinneman
This was exactly the problem with gerrymandered maps in the past splitting Farmington and Farmington Hills two interconnected communities screams gerrymandering
Paul McCarthy
This map is rated as having only 3 competitive districts -- worse than every other proposed map -- and it is predicted to produce the most skewed party split in the Senate of all proposed maps. This is the least fair of all proposed state senate maps.
Muskegon county is once again lumped in with the vacationland counties, not the southwestern shoreline counties with which it shares common interests.
Paul McCarthy
This map twists itself like a pretzel to include pieces of the Upper Peninsula with Leelanau and Grand Traverse counties. The only way to pretend it is connected is to imagine a path through Lake Michigan.
Joel A Sheltrown
The Lange Map represents a significant departure from every other version of the 36th Senate and should not be adopted.
Joel A Sheltrown
Lange Map represents a significant departure from all other 36th Senate maps. It should not be adopted.
Patrick D Maguire
Salem Township should be associated with Lyon Twp and South Lyon, as opposed to Ann Arbor, Saline, and Bridgewater. The majority of Salem Twp is South Lyon Schools. Most residents of the township would consider themselves part of the South Lyon area (especially since most have a South Lyon address). They go to South Lyon/Lyon Township for shopping, dining, church, etc.
Why are you carving out Holland, only to carve in highly conservative Byron township in Kent county? All these people clamoring for Ottawa county "wholeness" are exposing themselves. This screams Gerrymandering.
I strongly disagree that Calhoun County should be split in half and somehow in a district touching Kentwood. This make no sense.
Geri Szymanski
The 37th District (District 5) is not contiguous. There doesn't appear to be anything connecting the upper and lower peninsulas. Please keep our counties whole as they are our communities of interest.
Carol Heron
This is not a good map at all. It separates the Tri-Cities which we have declared multiple times is an actual community of interest. It lumps Bay County with the Thumb with whom we have few common interests. Representatives from the Thumb have no interest in Bay County.. It has been tried before. Please do not force this map on us, especially when you have other, better choices. thanks you.
Lynn Pottenger
This map provides a safe Republican district by forcing the City of Midland into a district with all rural counties north & west, counties that do not form a community of interest with the City of Midland. This is an attempt to appease the Republicans by giving them a safe district, where there should be a competitive one. This seems to be Commissioner Lange’s goal, since she also did this with the House district. Partisan fairness is such an important criterion for these maps—please apply the rules and criteria as agreed. This map is not good. The City of Midland is NOT a rural city, it is an urban/suburban city that should be paired with Bay City, which provides a near zero score on partisan fairness—the ideal! Thanks to all the other Commissioners for paying attention to the rules and applying the criteria correctly. We appreciate all your hard work.
Commissioner Kellom's Senate Map is the best one for the Chaldean community in Sterling Heights. Please vote for Commissioner Kellom's Seante map!