Legislative District 6 (Arizona)

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Arizona's Legislative District 6 is a new[when?] district, based on population growth or decline across the state according to the 2010 census. There are always 30 legislative districts in Arizona. The population of each needs to be roughly equivalent in number to one another. To get the best representation at the State Capitol in Phoenix, the law requires a district to be a good mix of different political parties, rather than lopsided favoring one party. [1]

Populated areas[edit]

These are the cities, towns and other populated areas in the newly drawn Arizona Legislative District 6:

  • Big Park
  • Bridgeport
  • Camp Verde
  • Clarkdale
  • Clay Springs
  • Cornville
  • Cottonwood
  • Flagstaff
  • Forest Lakes
  • Gisela
  • Heber
  • Heber-Overgaard
  • Holbrook
  • Jerome
  • Joseph City
  • Lake Montezuma
  • McGuireville
  • Page Springs
  • Parks
  • Payson
  • Pine
  • Pinedale
  • Punkin Center
  • Rimrock
  • Sedona
  • Snowflake
  • Star Valley
  • Strawberry
  • Taylor
  • Tonto Basin
  • Tusayan
  • Verde Village
  • Village of Oak Creek
  • Williams
  • Woodruff
  • Young

References[edit]

  1. ^ Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission. "Approved Final Maps". Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission. Retrieved 17 October 2012.