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2020 Census PL 94.171 Data
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Alex Garza
This map splits the city of Taylor in Downriver yet again. First, the city of Taylor was split into two different districts in the State House map redistricting, now it is split into two districts with this map. Please consider the ramifications this has for the people of the city of Taylor when making decisions like this, and segmenting a community in this way. This map is a disservice to our community as a whole.
Lauren Lisi
Again you are splitting Warren and this map does not have good partisan fairness scores.
Claire S Vial
this map isolates Royal Oak and Ferndale to limit Democratic influence. It attempts to make surrounding districts advantageous for Republicans
Carrie Hatcher-Kay
Commissioners, PLEASE do NOT consider Crane!! This is crazy, the opposite of the intention or spirit of the whole idea of redistricting. This comes no where close to partisan fairness.
Darryl Conliffe
This map pairs Oakland County cities Farmington & Farmington Hills with far flung areas. Poor for COI.
Katherine olsson
this map does not protect communities of interest. Warren, for example, needs to stay together. Not enough partisan fairness.
Taaha Najam
The Crane map should be disregarded. This map lacks partisanship fairness and does not have the best interests of communities of color in mind.
Omar Jazaerly
The Crane map fails to protect communities of interest, as it splits up Warren. The votes of Black, Asian, and Muslim communities in Warren should be safeguarded by keeping the city intact.
Judithe Stone
Significantly worse mean-median difference score than Heron. And a worse efficiency gap score than Heron. This map has fewer opportunities for Black representation, a worse efficiency gap score than the Heron map. This map is worse than the status quo--defeats the purpose of redistricting. REJECT THIS MAP
Wendy Steadman
This map is worse than the Linden map in all aspects. It has fewer opportunities for black voters. It has a terrible partisan fairness score.
Hafsa Azam
The Crane map is terrible for protecting communities of interest. It splits up Warren, and Warren deserves to be kept together to protect the vote of Black and Asian communities.
Yousif Kaakarli
The Crane map is not good for protecting communities of interest. Black, Asian, and Muslim communities in Warren will potentially be disenfranchised as the city is carved up. Please disregard this map.
Lynna Kaucheck
This is not a fair map. It's partisan fairness score is too low. Please reject this map.
Hibah Khan
The Crane map has a very low partisan fairness score. Please do not consider this map for further deliberation.
Robert Piper
This map disenfranchises voters of color and has a low partisan fairness score.
Laurie Krauth
This has a very bad partisan fairness score, and it's much worse than Linden, the status quo. There are very few opportunities for non-white representation.
Linda Kahn Gale
Please do not choose this map. It has a low partisan fairness even even worse than Linden. It gives few opportunities for non white representation
Claudia Kraus Piper
This map has a low partisan fairness score. There is less opportunity for representation for communities of color. It is worse than the status quo.
Emily Jernberg
This map is a problem. It's a low partisan fairness score. It cuts up Warren, thus disenfranchising black voters. Please don't vote for this map.
Emily Jernberg
This is a bad map. This is a very partisan map. Warren is also a problem and gets cut up, thus disenfranchising black voters. Please don't vote for this map.
Lisa F Peers
This map is too broad and doesn't represent the Birmingham community well. Please do not use this map.
Eve Mokotoff
This is a terribly partisan map- it's not the point of doing this work in the first place-although collaboratively written it is not fair to voters and should not be selected.
Cory Joyrich
This map features a bad partisan fairness score and it breaks apart communities of interest (i.e., Warren). Do not use.
Leora Druckman
Very poor partisan fairness. Reconsider and create a new one. Not at all in the spirit of what this redistricting is intended to do.
Pam Shore
This map carves up Warren and disenfranchises black voters.
Anna Kristina Johnson
The Crane map doesn't reflect partisan fairness and should not be considered.
Tim Sawmiller
Fails at communities of interest and partisan fairness
Brian L Burnett
Good for my district, but lousy for the state. Please delete.
Rena Seltzer
The map has an even worse partisan fairness score than the current map, and should not be considered.
Rena Seltzer
This map's partisan fairness score is even worse than what we have now. It is definitely a step in the wrong direction.
Shannon Falkenhagen
I dislike this map. It does not have partisan fairness and lacks representation of people of color.
Lauren Lisi
I do not think this is a good map in terms of partisan fairness.
james ward leyerle
not sure adding SE Oakland with W. Warren makes sense.
Violet E. Anderson
This map does not represent any of the communities or neighborhoods for fairness and should not be used. It is not a fair voting area.
Nomi Joyrich
One of the absolute worst maps for partisan fairness and for opportunities for non-white representation. Carves up Warren.
Shadia Martini
Please reject this map. It is not an improvement on our current one.
Allegra Pitera
Crane has 2 VRA Districts and a pretty low partisan fairness score.
Deborah Kraus
Other than preference for the Chaldean community, which I support, this map doesn't maintain partisan fairness.
Allen Ralph Wolf
This map is one of the worst for partisan fairness. It should be rejected.
Jonathan T Weinberg
This is not the worst map under consideration, but it still appears to be a step backwards from the Linden map.
Frances E Chudnow
This map does not reflect partisan fairness and is not good for my community.
This map doesn't reflect my neighborhood's makeup.
Elizabeth Buckner
this map is not fair to all parties, and does not address the needs of black communities. This does not have fair partisan fairness.
john leon
Please don't vote for this map, it seems to be a very biased, partisan map.
Virginia Preuss
This map does not maintain partisan fairness. Please do not select this map.
Nomi Joyrich
Please do not adopt this map. It does not have partisan fairness and it's not good for my community.
Sherry LB Trezise
Please remember that We, the people, passed Proposal 2 to create fair statewide maps. The Constitution makes partisan fairness a priority higher than municipal lines. Changing a map ought to make it more fair, not less. This Crane map makes changes which create more partisan UNfairness. That is heading in the wrong direction! Please do not adopt this Crane map.
Chris Andrews
Crane adds to the partisan unfairness of Linden. We should be making the map fairer, not less fair. Romulus is not a COI. The Constitution makes partisan fairness a higher priority than municipal lines. We passed Prop 2 to create fair statewide maps where the party with the most votes wins the most seats and can govern.
Stephen Abbott
As someone who has lived in all three counties on the map i dont know if this groups peoople the right way with other people that are similar in similar areas.
Brent B
Crane is an OK map I suppose. I don't like the central macomb district, though, because it separates sterling heights from the rest of middle macomb. overall crane is fine though