Pulaski County

Tiny Pulaski County did not need to redistrict in 2011, as its districts were already compact and contiguous and the population deviation was only 5%.

 

 

 County Redistricting Overview

State law and state and federal court decisions require that local government districts be compact, contiguous, not cross precint boundaries, and be as nearly equal in population as possible (usually with population deviation of less than 10%). To be in compliance, answers to each of the questions below should be "Yes".

Note: Other requirements regarding vote dilution and minority representation are not examined in this report.

Were the districts based on the 2000 census in compliance with state law? Unknown
 
Did the county redistrict after the 2010 census? No
 
Is the population deviation of the current districts less than 10%? Yes.  It is 5%.
 
Are the current districts compact and contiguous? Yes
 
Is every precinct wholly contained within a single district? Yes

 

 

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2010 Census Data

In 2012, we were able to determine exact populations for each county council district by identifying which precincts (as drawn in 2011 by each county) were in which county council district. We were able to calculate precinct populations using the 2010 census as long as precincts contained whole census blocks, which they are supposed to do.

District 1 3300 | District 2 3465 | District 3 3285 | District 4 3352
HARRISON
MONROE 01
MONROE 02
VAN BUREN
BEAVER
INDIAN CREEK
MONROE 03
MONROE 04
      
FRANKLIN
JEFFERSON
RICH GROVE
TIPPECANOE
CASS
SALEM
WHITE POST
  
Total Population   13402
Average District Population   3351
Population Deviation    5%

Population deviation is calculated by subtracting the smallest district from the largest district and dividing by the average district population. The maximum allowable deviation for local governments is 10%.