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Hofeller MINORITY DISTRICTS in 2012 ALABAMA LEGISLATIVE REDISTRICTING

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MINORITY DISTRICTS IN 2012 ALABAMA LEGISLATIVE REDISTRICTING The African-American share of the 18+ DOJ Black Pop, as determined by the American Community Survey was 25.3% for 2006-2010, 25.5 for 2007-2011 and 25.66 for 2008 -2012. It has been rising slightly. The State of Alabama has 35 State Senate and 105 State House districts, all single-member. This translates into 8.785 Senate and 26.565 House seats for the 2006-2010 ACS, 8.925 Senate and 26.775 House seats for the 2007-2011 ACS, and 8.981 Senate and 26.943 House seats for the 2008-2012 ACS. The Enacted State Senate Plan contains 8 African-American districts ranging from 50.00% to 73.35%. There are no other districts under 50% Non-Hispanic White. The Sanders State Senate Plan contains 8 African-American districts ranging from 50.00% to 69.91%. There are no other districts under 50% Non-Hispanic White. The Reed-Buskey State Senate Plan contains 8 African-American districts ranging from 50.00% to 66.75%. There is one additional district under 50% Non-Hispanic White. The Enacted State House Plan contains 27 African-American districts ranging from 50.00% to 74.83%. There is one additional district under 50% Non-Hispanic White. The Reed-Buskey House Plan contains 27 African-American districts ranging from 50.00% to 73.10%. There are no other districts under 50% Non-Hispanic White. The Knight House Plan contains 27 African-American districts ranging from 50.00% to 82.48%. There are no other districts under 50% Non-Hispanic White. The McClammy State House Plan contains 27 African-American districts ranging from 50.00% to 73.87%. There are no other districts under 50% Non-Hispanic White. All Plans are at proportionality (rounded up for the House and down for the Senate).

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