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Pulaski, Laclede, and most of Camden Counties, including Camdenton, will remain in the 4th Congressional District

With little time to spare, the Missouri Senate has passed a Congressional redistricting bill. Now it’s up to the governor to take action on the plan. The legislation is made up of six likely Republican districts and two Democratic ones. Getting the proposal across the finish line has been a big lift for the Senate because Republicans in that chamber have been at odds over the political makeup of the districts. After the Senate passed the measure, the upper chamber called it quits for the rest of the session – ending one day early and killing any other legislative priorities this year. Getting the proposal across the finish line has been a big lift for the Senate because Republicans in that chamber have been at odds over the political makeup of the districts. Jefferson City State Senator Mike Bernskoetter is the bill sponsor.

Under the redistricting plan, Pulaski, Laclede, and most of Camden Counties, including Camdenton will remain in the 4th Congressional District, Phelps and Texas Counties will stay in the 8th Congressional District. All of Maries and Miller Counties and a sliver of northeast Camden County in the Osage Beach area will be in the 3rd Congressional District.

 



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