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State (V6107) Congressional and State Assembly and Senate redistricting 4-1-74
New York County (X0833B) Three polling places 9-3-74
Withdrawn 11-14-77 upon addition of other polling places
Democratic Party (New York Cty.) (V9109) Consolidation of Representational Parts A and B in Assembly District No. 62 9-3-75
New York City (Bronx, Kings, and New York Ctys.) (81-1903) Bifurcation of councilmanic elections (conduct of at-large contests separate from district contests) 9-18-81
New York City (Bronx, Kings, and New York Ctys.) (81-1901) Local Law 47 (1981)--redistricting of councilmanic districts; change in election districts 10-27-81
State (82-2462) Chapters 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 130, 323 and 324 (1982) --reapportionment of Congressional, Senate, and Assembly Districts

6-22-82
New York City (Bronx, Kings, and New York Ctys.) (91-1902) Redistricting plan (city council) 7-19-91
State (92-2184) 1992 Assembly redistricting plan 6-24-92
New York City (Bronx, Kings and New York Ctys.) (92-4334,92-4790, 93-1552 & 93-0057) Chinese language program for city and city school district 8-9-93
New York City (Bronx, Kings and New York Ctys.) (93-4733) Chinese language election procedures 5-13-94
State (93-0672) Chapters 500 (1982), 209 (1990), and 440 (1994)--the addition of supreme court and court of claims positions and the implementation of procedures for designating candidates to particular supreme court positions in 1994 12-5-94
New York City Community School District 12 (Bronx Cty.) (96-3759)

Temporary replacement of all nine board members with three appointed trustees and the permanent replacement of all nine board members with five appointed trustees 11-15-96
New York (Bronx, Kings and New York Ctys.) (98-3193) (pdf) Change in method of election from single transferable vote to limited voting with four votes per voter 2-4-99
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Voting Section
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Room 7254 - NWB
950 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W.
Washington, DC 20530

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Voting Section
Civil Rights Division
U.S. Department of Justice
Room 7254 - NWB
1800 G St., N.W.
Washington, DC 20006
Redistricting Census Information
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