New Legislative Map Released

new map[MAPS] As earlier reported, today the redistricting process was completed which will change New Jersey politics for the next 10 years by redrawing the state’s 40 legislative districts. Attached, you will find a copy of the New Legislative map and all Corresponding District data.

Click here for the new map and here for the district details. TLS.

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  1. #1, your comments are based on what? Lakewood is the largest town in the new 30th in terms of population and considering that each district must have a total population give or take of 220k, Lakewood makes up a larghe portion of the district in terms of population. I’m not sure where your comment came from. Please explain.

  2. I am not the first poster but do agree with the post. lakewood has no historic or business ties to the balance of the Towns in the new district (with the small exception of Howell). Moreover, with only one other town from Ocean County in the district (again with no real ties to Lakewood) there is a significant chance that, though 40% of the district, lakewood will be marginalized. It appears that Lakewood is the largest municipality in the State seperated from its county.

  3. To all –I have read the posts — and Lakewood is the largest Town, but not the majority –I am also missing the point? Please help

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