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Redistricting Amendments for January 9 Subcommittee Meetings

Yesterday, the following amendments were filed for most, but not all, of the proposed redistricting bills being heard Monday by the Congressional Redistricting Subcommittee and House Redistricting Subcommittee.  You can download a summary of the amendments by clicking here, or viewing the document at the end of this post.

For the Congressional Redistricting Subcommittee:

  • Amendment 1 to PCB CRS 12-01 (H000C9033) by Vice-Chair Horner
  • Amendment 1 to PCB CRS 12-02 (H000C9035) by Vice-Chair Horner
  • Amendment 1 to PCB CRS 12-03 (H000C9037) by Vice-Chair Horner
  • Amendment 1 to PCB CRS 12-04 (H000C9039) by Vice-Chair Horner
  • Amendment 1 to PCB CRS 12-05 (H000C9041) by Vice-Chair Horner
  • Amendment 1 to PCB CRS 12-06 (H000C9043) by Vice-Chair Horner
  • Amendment 1 to PCB CRS 12-07 (H000C9045) by Vice-Chair Horner

For the House Redistricting Subcommittee:

  • Amendment 1 to PCB HRS 12-01 (H000H9025) by Co-Chair Dorworth
  • Amendment 1 to PCB HRS 12-02 (H000H9027) by Co-Chair Dorworth
  • Amendment 1 to PCB HRS 12-04 (H000H9029) by Co-Chair Dorworth
  • Amendment 1 to PCB HRS 12-05 (H000H9031) by Co-Chair Dorworth

The amendments are accessible via the “Redistricting Bills” button at or directly at


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Transcripts from the Summer 2011 Public Hearings

If you are looking for transcripts from the 26 Summer 2011 public input hearings, you can find them at our Meeting Records page, accessible via the Meeting Records button @  Ten of the 26 meeting transcripts are online, and we’ll continue to add them as they are completed.  For your convenience, those ten are accessible via the links below:

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Video Highlights from Public Input Meetings 1-14

Trying to get caught up on what’s happened with the redistricting meetings so far?  Check out our updated lineup of video meeting highlights, including new uploads from the Wesley Chapel, Orlando and Melbourne (Viera) meetings. 

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Looking Ahead: Florida Redistricting Meetings in Central Florida

For the upcoming July 25-28 public input meetings on redistricting in Lakeland, Wauchula, Wesley Chapel, Orlando and Melbourne, below are links to parking and driving directions, Google Maps for each location, and the RSVP page for each location.  You do not have to RSVP, but it is helpful to ensure that we have adequate resources for those Florida residents who plan to attend.

Note, there are a growing number of resources available via the House Redistricting website,, that you can use to get your community involved in Florida’s redistricting process, including the upcoming public meetings.

Public Participation Toolkit – To learn about redistricting, ways to provide your input, and ways to help others get involved.

Plan Explorer – To view the dozen complete or partial proposed maps already submitted by Florida residents via MyDistrictBuilder

Maps and Data – To study the data and maps, before coming to a public meeting or using MyDistrictBuilder.

Social Media: FacebookTwitter and Email – To follow the Florida House’s redistricting related activities, and even provide written comment during the public meetings if you cannot attend in person.

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Redistricting Public Meeting Schedule Finalized

This summer’s public meeting schedule for redistricting has been updated and finalized at  Details about the meeting times, dates, locations, special accommodations, role of social media and more can be found in the document below.

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