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Coastal Elitist
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E: 6.71, S: -1.57

« on: August 05, 2022, 11:08:34 AM »

Nah they don't have to sink Cincinnati. You can actually put it in a right trending district.



In this map every district but #2 swung to the right for Republicans based on PVI.
OH-1: R+2 to R+4
OH-2: R+13 to R+11
OH-3: R+8 to R+10
OH-4: R+15 to R+16
OH-5: R+14 to R+14
OH-7: R+7 to R+15
OH-8: R+9 to R+16
OH-9: R+8 to R+10
OH-10: R+3 to R+8
OH-11: R+3 to R+8
OH-12: R+1 to R+3
OH-13: R+7 to R+10
OH-14: R+3 to R+8
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Coastal Elitist
Tea Party Hater
Jr. Member
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Posts: 1,828
United States


Political Matrix
E: 6.71, S: -1.57

« Reply #1 on: August 05, 2022, 07:06:23 PM »
« Edited: August 05, 2022, 07:13:32 PM by Coastal Elitist »

That map looks illegal cause Columbus appears to be split 3 ways and certain individual districts appear to have too many county splits, namely CD-05.
Nope Columbus is only split twice and there are only eleven counties that are split on the map. I followed all the splitting rules in the amendment. All the large cities are intact as well.
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