More public proposals on Wyoming redistricting pouring in

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June 30, 2011

Wyoming

CHEYENNE, Wyoming: On Tuesday, legislators from the joint interim committee on Corporations, Elections, and Political Subdivisions held another redistricting hearing, this time in Cheyenne.[1]

At the meeting, one proposed plan was made by Laramie County Clerk Debbye Lathrop. The plan dealt specifically with Laramie County.[2]

House representative Dan Zwonitzer (R) said he objected to that plan because it splits Sun Valley.[1]

House representative Hans Hunt (R) proposed a plan that covered the entire state while State senators Marty Martin (D) Stan Cooper (R) submitted a draft plan for parts of western and southwestern Wyoming.[1]

No decisions will be made by the committee until the fall.[1] There are 30 Senate and 60 House districts to be reshaped. The ideal district size is 18,788 for the Senate and 9,394 for the House.

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