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Thank you for your interest in being a part of the redistricting process. If you would like to make a comment regarding the Congressional map or submit one of your own for consideration, please complete the form below and send it to redistricting@myfloridahouse.gov. If you are submitting a Congressional map please attach your map as a .KMZ or .DOJ file format, in addition to attaching the suggestion form when sending your email. If you need technical assistance regarding these file formats, please call us at 850-717-5656.
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Florida Congressional Redistricting Suggestion Form

Public Submitted Maps

HPUBC0182-Philip Smith

HPUBC0183-James Stiff

SPUBC0184-Bruce King

SPUBC0185-Bruce King

HPUBC0186-Jon Ausman

SPUBC0187-Bruce King

HPUBC0188-Michael Danish

HPUBC0189-William Kent Haeffner

HPUBC0190-Francis D’Souza

HPUBC0191-Francis D’Souza

HPUBC0192-Bill McClure

SPUBC0193-Christopher Moore

HPUBC0194-Alex Dersh

SPUBC0195-Christopher Moore

HPUBC0196-Francis D’Souza

Submitted Written Comments

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