New cartography creates subtle shifts but could contain significant political consequences.
Before breaking for the Thanksgiving holiday, the Senate Reapportionment Committee dished out a fresh serving of redistricting maps to devour.
Four newly proposed congressional maps and five potential Senate maps were published Wednesday on FloridaRedistricting.gov.
Granted, these particular cuts of cartography may have seemed a tad like leftovers. The drafts, for the most part, introduced only small tweaks to the first round of maps published earlier this month. But this second serving of proposed political boundaries comes before the House Redistricting Committee cooks up its first offering.
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