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Measure S asks: Shall Berkeley’s redistricting map be approved?

The ballot question asks you to adopt Ordinance 7,320-N.S., which defines the boundaries of Berkeley’s Council districts according to the new redistricting map. If you vote to approve Ordinance 7,320-N.S., you’re voting to approve Berkeley’s redistricting map.

 

Ballot Question

Shall Ordinance No. 7,320-N.S. authorizing the adjustment of Berkeley’s City Council district boundaries pursuant to Section 9, Article V of the Berkeley City Charter, to equalize the population in the districts as a result of population changes reflected in the 2010 decennial federal census be adopted?

View the ballot question on the Berkeley City Clerk’s website here.

 

Ordinance Number 7,320-N.S.

Authorizing the adjustment of Berkeley City Council district boundaries pursuant to Section 9, Article V of the Berkeley City Charter, to equalize population in the districts as a result of population changes reflected in the 2010 decennial federal census.

View the full text of Ordinance 7,320-N.S. on the Berkeley City Clerk’s website here.

 

Redistricting Map

The map below shows the district boundaries as approved in December 2013. Measure S is a vote to approve this map.

Click around the map for more information!

 

Vote YES on Measure S to approve the fair map chosen through the public process!