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2022/2023 NASSAU COUNTY REDISTRICTING IS UNDERWAY

***IMPORTANT***

2022/2023 NASSAU COUNTY REDISTRICTING IS UNDERWAY

Have a Voice in the Future of Nassau County!

GET INVOLVED TODAY!

Attend and Participate in a Nassau County Redistricting Meeting

Thursday, September 8, 2022 at 6pm

North Hempstead Town Hall 220 Plandome Road Manhasset, NY

***RESIDENT INPUT NEEDED***

Please attend, engage, and provide feedback to the Temporary Districting Advisory Commission (TDAC)! TDAC must hear input and concerns of Nassau residents to ensure Fair Representation for minority and underserved communities.

You may speak to any of your concerns, ideas, observations, or goals for future maps, including:

  • The importance of an open, transparent, and collaborative redistricting process
  • Need for fair and legal maps drawn based on current NYS law
  • Concerns regarding the current legislative maps
  • What you would like to see new maps take into consideration
  • Unmet needs of your community

 

REDISTRICTING BACKGROUND!

What is Redistricting?

Redistricting is the process to fairly evaluate and redraw the Nassau County Legislative Maps. This takes place every ten years based on data collected in the most recent census.

Why is Redistricting so Important?

The new maps will determine the future allocation of political power in Nassau County, and therefore must ensure fair representation for all!

How does Redistricting Work?

The Redistricting process, outlined in the Nassau County Charter, is developed to be an open, transparent, and collaborative process, led by a 10-member Temporary Districting Advisory Committee (TDAC) including 5 Republican and 5 Democratic members (and one non-voting Chairman, appointed by the County Executive). As the Redistricting commission embarks on redrawing Nassau County’s 19 Legislative District, we must ensure new maps follow all NYS Laws and provide fair representation for ALL

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