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Moran: At 33, House Plan Maximizes Majority Minority Districts

Maps illustrate proposed House redistricting changes in the Brockton, Chelsea, Framingham, and Lawrence areas where leaders have proposed four incumbent-free majority-minority districts. [Special Joint Committee on Redistricting]

In an increasingly diverse state, House leaders presented a map on Tuesday with new boundaries for all 160 House districts that would increase opportunities for minority candidates to win election to the Legislature by creating four new incumbent-free districts centered in Chelsea, Brockton, Lawrence and Framingham and increasing the number of districts with a majority minority population by 13 beginning with the 2022 elections.

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