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Mo. House/Sen. redistricting
4:40 pm
Fri December 9, 2011

Panel tweaks redrawn Mo. Senate redistricting map

The revised version of the Missouri Senate map released today by a six-judge panel. Click on the links in the story below to explore the full map.
(Missouri Office of Administration website)

A six-judge panel that redrew Missouri’s State House and Senate districts has made a few changes to the Senate map.

The original map had raised constitutional concerns because it divided rural Johnson County in western Missouri among two separate Senate districts.  The county is represented in the Senate by Republican David Pearce of Warrensburg.

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Mo. Gen. Assembly redistricting
7:41 pm
Thu October 13, 2011

Six-judge panel hears redistricting proposals for Mo. House and Senate seats

A six-judge panel considers proposals to redraw Missouri's State House and Senate districts at a meeting in Jefferson City.
(Marshall Griffin/St. Louis Public Radio)

Numerous proposals to redraw Missouri’s State House and Senate district maps were delivered today to a six-judge panel in Jefferson City.

The interested parties include several current and former lawmakers from both political parties.  A coalition of St. Louis-area senators pitched a map that's designed to prevent the region from losing a State Senate seat.  Republican Eric Schmitt of Glendale says the metro area has not lost enough population to justify losing a Senate district.

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Redistricting
6:24 pm
Wed October 12, 2011

Hearing tomorrow on Missouri's State House and Senate redistricting maps

The Missouri State Capitol Building in Jefferson City, Mo.
(Marshall Griffin/St. Louis Public Radio)

Updated 10:43 a.m. Oct. 13 with corrected location of hearings

A judicial panel charged with redrawing Missouri’s State House and Senate districts will begin taking comments from the public tomorrow.

The six-judge panel will draw new maps because two panels made up of Democrats and Republicans failed to reach agreements on them before the August deadline.

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