The Appellate Apportionment Commission has filed a revised state Senate redistricting plan and map with the Secretary of State. The revised plan was filed within the 90-day period allowed by the Constitution and replaces the plan filed on November 30, 2011. A majority of the Commission opted to revise the plan upon further consideration of a constitutional provision regarding multi-district counties, even though that provision may not apply to redistricting maps drawn by the appellate judges.
The Senate redistricting plan has an overall difference in population of 7.79% between its largest and smallest districts. The plan has four African-American majority districts.
Summary maps and demographic reports describing the new Senate districts are posted on the website: http://oa.mo.gov/bp/redistricting. Additional detailed maps and census descriptions filed with Secretary of State will also soon be available on the website.
Here’s part of the official Map 2 from the OA website
The previous map (from here:
Just so we can see the differences..
Jackson and parts of Clay and SD21:
Closeup of Springfield
And According to this, the boundary between SD22 and SD27 changes slightly.
SD08: 58/42 R (2002/2010) / 52.5/47.5 R (2008) [slightly bluer on the 2008]
SD10: 66/34 D (2002/2010) / 68/32 D (2008) [slightly redder]
SD11: 58/42 D (2002/2010) / 64/36 D (2008) [pretty much the same]
SD12: 58/42 R (2002/2010) / 55/45 R (2008) [pretty much the same]
SD17: 51/49 R (2002/2010) / 53/47 D (2008) [a point more Democratic for 02/10, half point more Dem for 2008]
SD20: 68/32 R (2002/2010) / 64/36 R (2008) [slighty more Dem]
SD21: 54/46 D (2002/2010) / 51/49 D (2008) [pretty much the same]
SD22: 60/40 D (2002-2010) / 62/38 D (2008) [pretty much the same]
SD27: 59.5/40.5 R (2002-2010) / 55.5/44.5 R (2008) [slightly redder]
SD28: 66/34 R (2002/2010) / 64/36 R (2008) [slightly redder]
SD30: 56/44 R (2002/2010) / 52/48 R (2008) [pretty much the same]
SD31: 53/47 R (2002/2010) / 52/48 R (2008) [slightly bluer]
SD33: 63/37 R (2002/2010) / 63/37 R (2008) [a point more Democratic]