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Nassau lawmakers approve redistricting maps

The approval means that hundreds of thousands of

The approval means that hundreds of thousands of residents may find themselves in new districts with new legislators. (March 5, 2013 6:11 PM)

Lawmakers in Nassau have voted along party lines to approve redistricting maps. The approval means that hundreds of thousands of residents may find themselves in new districts with new legislators on their ballots. The maps split up the Five Towns and parts of Hempstead. Elmont is also now in the same district as Inwood. Democrats say Republicans purposely split up and diluted heavily Democratic...

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