Redistricting likely to cause only minor changes in Trigg
by Franklin Clark, Reporter -- fclark@cadizrecord.com
Oct 02, 2013 | 109 109 recommendations | email to a friend | print
For Trigg County, redistricting shouldn’t result in any large changes, Trigg County Clerk Dorris McGill said last week.

The state redistricting plan, McGill said, will only affect four voting precincts – Cerulean/Wallonia, North Cadiz No. 2, Linton/Maggie and Bethesda. McGill went on to say that all of these precincts moved from District Eight, which Representative John Tilley (D) represents, to District Five, which Representative Kenny Imes (R) represents.

“They didn’t split precincts, they just moved whole precincts into those new lines,” said McGill. “I have to go back and make sure that the reapportionment … that those lines are proper. I don’t anticipate any great problems, but there may be a line or two that have to be moved, just as far as precincts are concerned, maybe a road change here or there.”

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