DANR Redistricting Plan

DANR's proposed redistricting map for New York State Assembly District 72. Prepared by Nestor Montilla, Sr.
DANR’s Proposed Map for New York State Assembly District 72 

This DANR proposal is based on the New York State’s 2010 population of 19,378,102 people, as reported by the 2010 U.S. Census Bureau. Considering this population, the average size for each NYS Assembly district would be 129,187 people. In the State of New York, each assembly district is required to be at least 5% plus or 5% minus of the average size population. Districts with too many or too few people, will have to be adjusted to be within +/- 5% in order to meet target average size. 

Intended average size per assembly district may change due to other factors, including prison population and other considerations. In 2000, the average size of New York State Assembly districts was 126,510 people. 

The Dominican American National Roundtable’s Redistricting Project (DA-R) is a national initiative seeking to engage and educate Dominican, Latino and minority communities in the United States in the Redistricting-Appropriation Process with the objective of achieving adequate representation – “one person-one vote” and to guarantee a fair and just re- districting process. 

The Dominican-American National Roundtable (DANR) is a non-partisan, non-profit corporation seeking to bring together the different voices of all people of Dominican origin in the United States. 

DANR is a national forum for analysis, planning, and action to advance the educational, economic, legal, social, cultural, and political interests of Dominican Americans. It aims to ensure for U. S. Dominicans the full exercise of the rights and freedoms guaranteed in the Constitution of the United States of America. 

With those objectives in mind, DANR is committed to enriching the quality of life in the United States by highlighting the contributions and aspiration of Dominicans to the larger American society. 

Dominican American National Roundtable (DANR) 1050 17th Street NW Suite 600 Washington, DC 20036 www.danr.org – info@danr.org – 202-238-0097