The Florida Senate’s reapportionment committee today released proposals for how it thinks the state’s congressional and state Senate districts should be drawn up, providing Floridians with our first real glimpse at how the committee intends to tackle the thorny issue of redistricting.

Congressional districts

Here is a map of the committee’s proposed congressional districts:

Click here (.pdf) for a larger version.

You can find demographic info about each of the districts here (.pdf), and regional maps with more detail here.

Florida Senate districts

Here is a map of the committee’s proposed Florida Senate districts:

Click here for a larger version.

Demographic info on the state Senate districts is here (.pdf), and more specific regional maps can be downloaded here.

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