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Maps of proposed Assembly, Senate districts for WNY

Proposals have emerged for the new Assembly and Senate distrcits within New York State as part of the once-a-decade redistricting process following the 2010 census. Here are stories about the proposals for the Assembly and Senate.

Below are links to maps of the proposed districts (current Assembly or Senate member within district listed in parentheses):


139 (Stephen Hawley)

140 (Daniel J. Burling)

141 (Joseph M. Giglio)

142 (Open)

143 (Dennis Gabryszak)

144 (Jane L. Corwin)

145 (John D. Ceretto)

146 (Raymond Walter)

147 (Robin Schimminger)

148 (Crystal D. Peoples-Stokes)

149 (Sean Ryan/Kevin Smardz)

150 (Andy Goodell)


57 (Catharine Young)

59 (Patrick M. Gallivan)

60 (Mark Grisanti)

61 (Michael H. Ranzenhofer)

62 (George D. Maziarz)

63 (Timothy Kennedy)


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