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Report of

Maryland Precinct Population Data

2010 Census

Adjusted Maryland Redistricting Data

&

Unadjusted Census Population Count

Adjusted Maryland Redistricting Data & Unadjusted Census Population Count Maryland Department of Planning May, 2011

Maryland Department of Planning

May, 2011

Maryland Precinct Population Data

2010 Census

Adjusted Maryland Redistricting Data

&

Unadjusted Census Population Count

STATE OF MARYLAND Martin O’Malley Governor

Anthony G. Brown Lt. Governor

MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING Richard Eberhart Hall Secretary

Matthew J. Power Deputy Secretary

301 West Preston Street Baltimore, Maryland 21201-2365 Planning.Maryland.gov

May, 2011 Department of Planning Publication 2011 - 011

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Letter of Transmittal

Certification of Data ………………………………………………………………… vi

Acknowledgments ……………………………………………………………….…… vii

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Redistricting Data and Products ………………………………………… ………… viii

Table 1 Maryland 2010 Census Voting Districts (precincts) by jurisdiction summary report … 1

Maryland Precinct Population Data 2010 Census Adjusted Maryland

Redistricting Data

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Table 2

ADJUSTED 2010 Census Population Counts by Jurisdiction and Precinct (Census

Voting Districts) Total Population by Single Race Alone, Two or More Races and

Hispanic Origin and 2002 Congressional/2002 Legislative Districts

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Allegany County Anne Arundel County Baltimore City Baltimore County Calvert County Caroline County Carroll County Cecil County Charles County Dorchester County Frederick County Garrett County Harford County Howard County Kent County Montgomery County Prince George’s County Queen Anne’s County Somerset County St. Mary’s County Talbot County Washington County Wicomico County Worcester County

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Table 3

ADJUSTED 2010 Census Population Counts by Jurisdiction and Precinct (Census Voting Districts) - Voting Age (18+) Population by Single Race Alone, Two or More Races and Hispanic Origin and 2002 Congressional/2002 Legislative Districts … 47

Allegany County Anne Arundel County Baltimore City Baltimore County Calvert County Caroline County Carroll County Cecil County Charles County Dorchester County Frederick County Garrett County Harford County Howard County Kent County Montgomery County Prince George’s County Queen Anne’s County Somerset County St. Mary’s County Talbot County Washington County Wicomico County Worcester County

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Appendix:

A-1

Summary Report - ADJUSTED 2010 Census Population Counts by Existing 2002 Congressional District (Senate Bill 805, May 6, 2002) Total Population by Single Race Alone, Hispanic Origin and Voting Age (18+) Population ………………… …………………………………………………90

A-2

Race detail and Variance from Ideal - ADJUSTED 2010 Census Population Counts by Existing 2002 Congressional District (Senate Bill 805,May 6, 2002) Total Population by Single Race Alone, Hispanic Origin and Voting Age (18+)

Population and Variance from ideal District Population

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Population Change and Variance from Ideal - ADJUSTED 2010 Census total Population Counts by Existing 2002 Congressional District (Senate Bill 805 May 6, 2002) ………………………… …………………………………………………92

B-1

Summary Report - ADJUSTED 2010 Census Population Counts by Existing 2002 Legislative District and (As Ordered by the Court of Appeals, June 21, 2002

Amended July 1, 2002) Total Population by Single Race Alone, Hispanic Origin and

Voting Age (18+) Population

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B-2

Race detail and Variance from Ideal - ADJUSTED 2010 Census Population Counts by Existing 2002 Legislative District and (As Ordered by the Court of Appeals, June 21, 2002 Amended July 1, 2002)Total Population by Single Race Alone, Hispanic

Origin and Voting Age (18+)

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B-3

Population Change and Variance from Ideal - ADJUSTED 2010 Census Population

total Population Counts by Existing 2002 Legislative District and (As Ordered by

the Court of Appeals, June 21, 2002 Amended July 1, 2002)

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B -4

ADJUSTED 2010 Population count pursuant to Maryland Law by Precinct/Voting

District for Maryland Redistricting

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Maryland Precinct Population Data 2010 Census Unadjusted Census

Population Count

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UNADJUSTED 2010 Census Population Counts by Jurisdiction and Precinct (Voting Districts) - by Single Race Alone, Two or More Races, Hispanic Origin, Age 18+ and

2002 Congressional\2002 Legislative Districts

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Table 4

Allegany County Anne Arundel County Baltimore City Baltimore County Calvert County Caroline County Carroll County Cecil County Charles County Dorchester County Frederick County Garrett County Harford County Howard County Kent County Montgomery County Prince George’s County Queen Anne’s County Somerset County St. Mary’s County Talbot County Washington County Wicomico County Worcester County

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Table 5

Voting Age (18+) UNADJUSTED 2010 Census Population Counts by Jurisdiction

and Precinct (Voting Districts) - by Single Race Alone, Two or More Races and

Hispanic Origin and 2002 Congressional\2002 Legislative Districts

…187

Allegany County Anne Arundel County Baltimore City Baltimore County Calvert County Caroline County Carroll County Cecil County Charles County Dorchester County Frederick County Garrett County Harford County Howard County Kent County Montgomery County Prince George’s County Queen Anne’s County Somerset County St. Mary’s County Talbot County Washington County Wicomico County Worcester County

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Appendix C

Summary Report - UNADJUSTED 2010 Census Population Counts by Existing

2002

Congressional District (Senate Bill 805,

May 6, 2002) Total Population by Single

Race Alone, Hispanic Origin and Voting Age

(18+) population …………….234

Appendix D.

Summary Report - UNADJUSTED 2010 Census Population Counts by Existing

2002 Legislative District and (As Ordered by the Court of Appeals, June 21, 2002 Amended July 1, 2002) Total Population by Single Race Alone, Hispanic Origin

and Voting Age

(18+) population ……………………………………………235

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A MESSAGE FROM THE SECRETARY OF PLANNING

For the purposes of redistricting and reapportionment, this report contains precinct population counts for Maryland’s twenty-three counties and Baltimore City. The counts shown are derived from the 2010 Decennial Census, Public Law (P.L.) 94-171 Data for Maryland prepared by the U.S. Bureau of the Census.

For the first time in Maryland, population data from the decennial census was adjusted for

purposes of creating Congressional, State Legislative, and local districting plans.

in accordance with the “No Representation Without Population Act” of 2010, passed by the

Maryland General Assembly in 2010.

adjusted to reassign Maryland residents in correctional institutions to their last known address and to exclude out-of-state residents in correctional institutions from redistricting.

This report contains data for both the adjusted and unadjusted population - two tables for each presenting the total population and the voting age population (age 18 and over).

The Maryland Department of Planning has completed its review of the Census Bureau’s coding of the individual census blocks (the smallest geographic areas for which population counts are available) to census voting tabulation districts, or VTDs (commonly known as precincts).

The precinct population counts provided in this report are based on precinct boundaries provided by the local boards of elections. The precinct boundaries must conform to features acceptable to the U.S. Bureau of the Census. All voting district boundaries used to derive the precinct counts were reviewed and certified by the local board of elections. The precincts contained in this listing conform to boundaries as they existed in April 1, 2010.

Included at the end of the precinct report are the summaries of the 2010 population counts by existing congressional district (Appendix A for adjusted and Appendix C for unadjusted) and state legislative district and subdistrict (Appendix B for adjusted and Appendix D for unadjusted). These summaries are prepared by aggregating the individual precinct counts based on “membership lists” which assign each precinct to its respective congressional and state legislative district or subdistrict. This membership information is shown in columns 1 and 2 of the detailed precinct listing that appears in the body of this report.

Also available are electronic and paper copies of the census and Maryland Department of Planning maps outlining voting precincts for counties. These products can be obtained by contacting the Maryland Department of Planning. Members and staff of the Maryland General Assembly should contact Karl Aro, Executive Director, Department of Legislative Services.

Please direct inquiries about data contained in this report to Linda C. Janey, Assistant Secretary, Maryland Department of Planning at (410) 767-4500 or (877) 767-6272, toll-free.

This was done

Generally, this law requires that the census data be

Richard E. Hall, AICP Secretary of Planning May 1, 2011

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CERTIFICATION OF DATA

Maryland 2010 population counts by county and election precinct (census voting district, VTD) as contained in this report are the official data for Maryland redistricting. The counts are derived from the Census 2010 Redistricting Data (P.L. 94-171) Summary File for Maryland prepared by the U.S. Bureau of the Census and released on February 9, 2010 and adjusted in accordance with the “No Representation without Population Act” of 2010 (Chapter 67 of the Laws of Maryland

2010)

Richard Eberhart Hall, Secretary Maryland Department of Planning

Karl S. Aro, Executive Director Maryland Department of Legislative Services

Gary Maynard, Secretary Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

The Maryland Department of Planning prepared this report with the cooperation and support of the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services, the Maryland State Board of

Elections and the Maryland Department of Legislative Services.

the 23 counties and the Baltimore City, Boards of Elections for their cooperation and assistance throughout the 2010 Census process.

Special thanks are extended to

Report Staff: Nasrin Rahman, Shelly Aprill, and Amy Chen

Production by MDP Communications & Education

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REDISTRICTING DATA and PRODUCTS

A. Derivation of Precinct Counts

The census voting district (VTD) counts presented in this report are derived from the 2010 Decennial Census – Public Law (P.L.) 94-171 Data for Maryland, prepared by the Bureau of the Census and received by the State of Maryland on February 9, 2011.

The U.S. Bureau of the Census is required under Public Law (P.L.) 94-171, enacted by

Congress in 1975, to provide census data to state governments.

year following Census Day (by April 1, 2011), the Census Bureau must send to the Governor and legislature of each state the population data needed to redraw congressional

and state legislative districts.

To meet the legal requirements, the Census Bureau created the 2010 Redistricting Data

Program which allows states to receive census data for voting districts (election precincts

in Maryland).

Department of Planning used Census Bureau’s MAF/TIGER Partnership software to delineate and verify the boundaries of voting districts/precincts on census maps and

submitted the data electronically as required by the Census Bureau.

guidelines established by the Census Bureau, the precincts had to follow census tabulation

block boundaries (census tabulation blocks are the smallest geographic areas for which the Census Bureau reports population data).

It must be noted that voting district boundaries/precinct for each jurisdiction were reviewed and certified by the local boards of elections before they were reported to the Census Bureau.

The precincts contained in this listing conform to boundaries as they existed on April 1, 2010. There are 1849 precincts in Maryland. There were 9 “GHOST” precincts that resulted from Congressional, Legislative and local Redistricting. “GHOST” precincts are precincts with no population. One Precinct (Montgomery County precinct 13-060) was dissolved by the Census Bureau and as a result there are 8 remaining “GHOST” precincts in Maryland. The Census Bureau counted 27 people in the “GHOST” precinct 02-098 in Prince George’s county which caused it to no longer be a “GHOST” precinct (see Table 1).

The P.L. 94-171 data file which Maryland received on February 9, 2011 contained 2010 census population data for voting districts/precincts based on the boundaries as outlined on the census block maps.

Shortly after receiving the Census Bureau’s TIGER geographic file and the P.L. 94-171 data file, the Maryland Department of Planning initiated its review of the Census Bureau’s coding of census tabulation blocks to precincts. This review has been completed and resulted in identification of a few errors affecting the boundaries used to tabulate the population counts for precincts in Maryland. The affected precinct boundaries were corrected and the population counts were retabulated by correctly aggregating the Census Bureau P.L. 94-171 population counts for tabulation blocks in each of the impacted voting districts/precincts. A complete listing of the 2010 counts by county and voting districts/precincts is found in the body of this report.

Also included in this report are summaries of the 2010 Adjusted Population Counts by existing congressional districts and state legislative districts (see Adjusted Appendices A

It specifies that within a

Maryland participated fully in this program.

Specifically, the Maryland

In accordance with

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and B) and 2010 Unadjusted Population Counts by existing congressional districts and

state legislative districts (See Unadjusted Appendices C and D).

prepared by aggregating the individual precinct counts to its respective congressional district and legislative district (or subdistrict) as shown in column 1 and 2 of the detailed listing that appears in the body of this report. It is important to note that in some cases the existing precincts (voting districts) may not conform exactly to congressional and state legislative district boundaries as adopted in 2002.

These summaries are

B. Precinct Population Data Items

The census data items for the state, counties and precincts as shown in this report are

displayed in two parts.

contains a count of all persons, one race alone (six race categories), two or more races, a count of all persons of Hispanic/Latino origin of any race and a count of the total persons

Adjusted Maryland Redistricting Data (pages 2 through 141)

18 years old and over (the voting age population).

Unadjusted Census Population

Count (pages numbered 142 through 237) repeats the count of all persons and the count of the total persons 18 years old and over (the voting age population) and is followed by a count of persons 18 years old and over by one race alone (six race categories), 18 years old and over two or more races and persons 18 years old and over of Hispanic\Latino origin.

Persons of Hispanic/Latino origin are not a race category and instead are a subset of the

total population.

more races equals the total population.

L. 94-171 data file, are counts of persons of all 57 races including the combination of two or more races.

The sum of persons in the six race categories plus persons of two or

Not included in this report, but available on the P.

C. Definitions of P.L. 94-171 Data Items

1.

Race

The data on race that appears in the P.L. 94-171 file were derived from answers to the question on race that was asked of all persons. The concept of race as used by the Census Bureau reflects self-identification by people according to the race or races with which they closely identify. These categories are socio-political constructs and should not be interpreted as being scientific or anthropological in nature. Further, the race categories include both racial and national-origin groups.

The racial classifications used by the Census Bureau adhere to the October 30, 1997, Federal Register Notice entitled, “Revisions to the Standards for the Classification of Federal Data on Race and Ethnicity” issued by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB). These standards govern the categories used to collect and present federal data on race and ethnicity. The OMB requires five minimum categories (American Indian and Alaska Native, Asian, Black or African American, Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander, and White) for race. The race categories are described in the report with a sixth category, “Some other Race” added as approved by the OMB. In addition to the six race groups, the OMB also states that respondents should be offered the option of selecting one or more races.

White - A

Middle East, or North Africa. It includes those who indicated their race as “White”

or reported entries such as Irish, German, Italian, Lebanese, Arab, or Polish.

person having origins in any of the original people of Europe, the

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Black or African American- A person having origins in any of the Black racial groups of Africa. It includes those who indicated their race as “Black, African American” or reported written entries such as African American, Afro-American, Kenyan, Nigerian, or Haitian.

American Indian and Alaska Native - A person having origin in any of the original peoples of North and South America (including Central America) and who maintain tribal affiliation or community attachment.

Asian - A person having origins in any of the original people of the Far East, Southeast Asia, or the Indian subcontinent including, for example Cambodia, China, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Pakistan, the Philippine Island, Thailand, and Vietnam. It includes Asian Indian, Malaysia, Filipino, Korean, Japanese, Vietnamese, and Other Asian.

Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander - A person having origins in any of the original peoples of Hawaii, Guam, Samoa, or other Pacific Islands, “Guamanian or Chamorro, Samoan, and Other Pacific Islander,

Some other Race - Includes all other responses not included in the “White,”

“Black or African American,”

and “Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander” race categories described above. Respondents providing write-in entries such as multiracial, mixed, interracial, or a Hispanic/Latino group (for example Mexican, Cuban or Puerto Rican) in the “Some other race” category are included here.

Two or more races - People may have chosen to provide two or more races either by checking two or more race response check boxes, by providing multiple write-in responses, or by some combination of check boxes and write-in responses. There are 57 possible combinations of two or more races based on the race categories of the above six races.

“American Indian and Alaska Native,” “Asian,”

2. Hispanic or Latino

(Persons who identify their origin as Spanish, Hispanic or Latino may be of any race)

The data on the Hispanic or Latino population were derived from answers to a question that was asked of all persons on the 2010 census questionnaire. The terms “Spanish,” Hispanic origin,” and “Latino” are used interchangeably. Some respondents identify with all three terms while others may identify with only one of these three specific terms. People who identify with the terms “Spanish,” “Hispanic,” or “Latino” are those who classify themselves in one of the specific Spanish, Hispanic, or Latino categories listed on the questionnaire - “Mexican, Mexican American, Chicano,” “Puerto Rican,” or “Cuban” - as well as those who identify with one of the specific origins listed on the questionnaire but indicated that they are “other Spanish/Hispanic/Latino,” their origins are from Spain, Spanish-speaking countries of Central or South America, the Dominican Republic or people identifying themselves generally as Spanish, Spanish American, Hispanic, Hispano, Latino and so on. All write-in responses to the “other Spanish/Hispanic/Latino” category were coded.

Origin can be viewed as the heritage, nationality group, lineage, or country of birth of the person or the person’s parents or ancestors before their arrival in the United States.

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3.

Age

The data on age (specifically person of voting age, 18 years and older) were derived from answers to a question that was asked of all persons. The age classification is based on the age of the person in complete years as of April 1, 2010.

D. P.L. 94-171 Data Products

The voting district (precinct) counts shown in this report are available from the Maryland Department of Planning Redistricting website in electronic format.

In addition, the full P.L. 94-171 DVD can be ordered through the Census Bureau. A variety of other electronic formats are available including individual tabulation block file.

For more information on the P.L. 94-171 data and maps, Contact Assistant Secretary Linda Janey, Maryland Department of Planning, at (410) 767-4500.

E. Map Products

There are three map types that support the Public Law (P.L.) 94-171 program. The Census Bureau’s (item 1 below) products can be ordered as electronic files on DVD. The map PDFs are available on the Census Bureau website as well (www.census.gov). The Maryland Department of Planning has prepared individual maps for each of the 23 counties and Baltimore City with overlays of the precinct (voting district) boundaries. These maps (see item 2 below) can be ordered as paper plots or as electronic files in PDF format.

1. P.L. 94-171 Voting District Outline Maps (2010) - Census Bureau

These county-based maps show the boundaries and codes for voting district as delineated by the state in Phase 2, Voting District/Block Boundary Suggestion Project (VTD/BBSP). The features underlying these boundaries and the names of these features are also shown. The scales of the maps are optimized to keep the number of maps sheets for each area to a minimum, but the scale and number of sheets vary by the aerial size of the county.

2. P. L. 94-171 Voting District Jurisdiction Maps (2010) - Maryland Department of Planning

This map set shows the boundaries for voting districts (precincts) for all 23 counties and Baltimore City individually. The base maps are Maryland State Highway Administration General Highway maps. Each General Highway map identifies major streets, roadways, area designations and roadside culture. The voting districts (precincts) are labeled using the Census Bureau voting district codes. The scale of the map set is 1:100, 00 except for Baltimore City (1:24,000).

Copies of these maps can be ordered through the Census Bureau or the Maryland Department of Planning.

Note:

In preparing this section, materials from the 2010 Census Decennial file and publication were used: Public Law (P.L.) 94-171 Data for Maryland and its Technical Documentation prepared by the U.S. Bureau of the Census, February 2011.

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Table 1 MARYLAND 2010 AND 2000 VOTING DISTRICT ( VTD)/PRECINCT BY JURISDICTION, SUMMARY REPORT

 

JURISDICTION

TOTAL VTDs 2010

TOTAL VTDs 2000

1

Allegany County

36

36

2

Anne Arundel County

189

166

3

Baltimore City

290

325

4

Baltimore County

223

187

5

Calvert County

23

17

6

Caroline County

8

9

7

Carroll County

36

43

8

Cecil County

19

14

9

Charles County

43

28

10

Dorchester County

31

38

11

Frederick County *

66

51

12

Garrett County

19

19

13

Harford County

73

57

14

Howard County

110

85

15

Kent County

10

10

16

Montgomery County *

255

227

17

Prince George's County *

230

199

18

Queen Anne's County

17

11

19

Somerset County

22

22

20

St. Mary's County

31

21

21

Talbot County

12

16

22

Washington County

50

43

23

Wicomico County

38

34

24

Worcester County

18

12

 

Total

1849

1,670

*NOTE “GHOST” precincts are precincts with no population. They were created by the Congressional, Legislative and or Local Redistricting processes.

There were a total of 1850 Voting Districts (VTDs)\Precincts in 2010 and 9 are GHOST.

Frederick County has 1 GHOST VTD\Precinct (23-003).

Montgomery County had 2 GHOST VTDs/Precincts. The Census Bureau dissolved 13-060 leaving one “GHOST” VTD/Precinct (04-022) in Montgomery County.

Prince George's had 6 GHOST VTDs/Precincts (02-099, 16-098, 16-099, 21-097, 21-098 and 21- 099). According to Census 2010 population count Precinct 02-098 has 27 people. Therefore it is no longer a GHOST Precinct.

has 27 people. Therefore it is no longer a GHOST Precinct. Prepared by the Maryland Department

Prepared by the Maryland Department of Planning Clearinghouse, Redistricting February 2011.

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Maryland Precinct Population Data 2010 Census

Adjusted Maryland Redistricting Data

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Table 2

ADJUSTED 2010 Census Population Counts by Jurisdiction & Precinct (Voting District) - by Single Race, Two or More Races, Unadjusted Hispanic Origin* & Age 18 Plus

CNG02 - 2002 Congressional District, SB 805, May 6, 2002 LEG02 - 2002 Legislative District, As Approved by the Court of Appeals, June 21, 2002 (Amended July 1, 2002)

Note: This report is based on Census 2010 P.L. 94-171 Redistricting Data (Maryland) and is ADJUSTED for the use of Maryland Redistricting pursuant to the "No Represenation Without Population Act" (SB 400\HB 496) signed into

Maryland law in 2010. Maryland census data must be ADJUSTED for the purposes of creating congressional, state legislative, and local districting plans. Generally, the law requires that the census data must be adjusted to reassign Maryland residents in State & Federal correctional institutions to their last known address, and to exclude out-of-state residents in correctional institutions from redistricting.

   

Adjusted

Adjusted

 
 

VTD

2010

Black or

American

*Unadjusted

Adjusted

 

Voting

Popn.

2010

Adjusted

Adjusted Adjusted

African

Indian and

Adjusted

**Adjusted

Adjusted

Hispanic or Latino (of Any Race)

Total

District

Adjusted/

Census

Total

One Race

White

American

Alaska

Asian

Some Other

Two or

Persons

CNG02

LEG02 Precinct Name

(VTD)

Unadjusted

Population

Population

Alone

Alone

Alone

Native Alone

Alone

Race Alone

More Races

18+

 

Maryland

5,773,552

5,772,231

5,607,523

3,358,916

1,699,359

20,419

318,848

209,981

164,708

470,632

4,419,267

 

Allegany County

75,087

72,528

71,342

66,479

3,986

106

564

207

1,186

1,085

59,009

2406

2401C

Allegany Precinct 01-000

01-000

Unadj

936

936

931

909

19

1

2

0

5

10

746

2406

2401C

Allegany Precinct 02-000

02-000

Adj

1,182

1,183

1,172

1,160

5

6

0

1

11

10

945

2406

2401C

Allegany Precinct 03-000

03-000

Unadj

1,048

1,048

1,036

1,027

7

1

0

1

12

9

852

2406

2401C

Allegany Precinct 04-002

04-002

Adj

1,628

1,636

1,569

1,349

190

14

9

7

67

23

1,126

2406

2401C

Allegany Precinct 04-003

04-003

Adj

1,921

1,929

1,871

1,741

103

4

16

7

58

19

1,465

2406

2401C

Allegany Precinct 04-004

04-004

Adj

1,735

1,737

1,703

1,642

47

2

9

3

34

14

1,427

2406

2401C

Allegany Precinct 04-005

04-005

Adj

1,186

1,190

1,171

1,149

20

1

1

0

19

2

932

2406

2401C

Allegany Precinct 04-008

04-008

Adj

2,019

2,020

1,972

1,858

96

2

5

11

48

12

1,604

2406

2401C

Allegany Precinct 05-004

05-004

Adj

1,897

1,903

1,840

1,737

89

3

2

9

63

19

1,497

2406

2401B

Allegany Precinct 05-006

05-006

Adj

796

798

793

789

3

0

0

1

5

0

626

2406

2401C

Allegany Precinct 06-001

06-001

Adj

1,872

1,877

1,842

1,734

86

0

19

3

35

27

1,527

2406

2401C

Allegany Precinct 06-003

06-003

Adj

982

986

964

902

46

1

9

6

22

8

804

2406

2401C

Allegany Precinct 06-005

06-005

Adj

1,494

1,496

1,448

1,294

70

1

76

7

48

35

1,209

2406

2401B

Allegany Precinct 06-006

06-006

Adj

3,609

2,101

2,065

1,926

123

2

4

10

36

29

1,727

2406

2401B

Allegany Precinct 07-001

07-001

Adj

3,719

2,568

2,547

2,256

271

9

7

4

21

24

2,124

2406

2401B

Allegany Precinct 07-002

07-002

Adj

2,164

2,166

2,121

2,064

21

0

28

8

45

23

1,655

2406

2401A

Allegany Precinct 08-000

08-000

Unadj

3,457

3,457

3,428

3,397

19

0

7

5

29

19

2,806

2406

2401A

Allegany Precinct 09-000

09-000

Unadj

1,373

1,373

1,359

1,353

1

1

3

1

14

7

1,114

2406

2401A

Allegany Precinct 10-000

10-000

Adj

2,129

2,134

2,116

2,100

13

0

3

0

18

6

1,655

2406

2401B

Allegany Precinct 11-000

11-000

Unadj

1,236

1,236

1,226

1,186

19

3

16

2

10

29

1,016

2406

2401B

Allegany Precinct 12-000

12-000

Adj

3,405

3,408

3,376

3,183

125

2

48

18

32

48

2,832

2406

2401B

Allegany Precinct 13-000

13-000

Adj

2,358

2,364

2,337

2,307

11

0

5

14

27

20

1,890

2406

2401C

Allegany Precinct 14-000

14-000

Adj

951

959

946

862

70

3

6

5

13

23

864

2406

2401C

Allegany Precinct 16-000

16-000

Adj

3,591

3,594

3,567

2,672

856

0

19

20

27

364

3,188

2406

2401A

Allegany Precinct 18-000

18-000

Unadj

2,160

2,160

2,145

2,128

4

0

8

5

15

11

1,685

2406

2401B

Allegany Precinct 20-000

20-000

Adj

2,118

2,119

2,095

2,075

9

6

4

1

24

17

1,680

2406

2401B

Allegany Precinct 21-000

21-000

Unadj

1,213

1,213

1,201

1,186

4

5

4

2

12

4

956

2406

2401C

Allegany Precinct 22-000

22-000

Adj

3,147

3,155

3,080

2,689

352

7

27

5

75

44

2,560

2406

2401B

Allegany Precinct 23-000

23-000

Adj

3,046

3,060

2,948

2,693

220

10

17

8

112

33

2,372

2406

2401B

Allegany Precinct 24-000

24-000

Adj

1,906

1,908

1,888

1,865

9

0

11

3

20

9

1,574

2406

2401B

Allegany Precinct 26-000

26-000

Adj

5,422

5,423

5,302

4,171

993

13

96

29

121

128

4,961

2406

2401B

Allegany Precinct 29-001

29-001

Unadj

2,398

2,398

2,373

2,303

31

1

35

3

25

18

1,902

2406

2401B

Allegany Precinct 29-002

29-002

Unadj

2,125

2,125

2,094

2,015

30

3

42

4

31

15

1,719

2406

2401B

Allegany Precinct 29-003

29-003

Adj

1,650

1,651

1,632

1,601

13

2

16

0

19

9

1,347

Note: *No Hispanic designation was available for prisoners; therefore, the Hispanic totals were not adjusted. **Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander combined with Some Other Race Alone

 

3

Table 2

Note: This report is based on Census 2010 P.L. 94-171 Redistricting Data (Maryland) and is ADJUSTED for the use of Maryland Redistricting pursuant to "No Represenation Without Population Act"

 
   

Adjusted

Adjusted

 
 

VTD

2010

Black or

American

*Unadjusted

Adjusted

 

Voting

Popn.

2010

Adjusted

Adjusted Adjusted

African

Indian and

Adjusted

**Adjusted

Adjusted

Hispanic or Latino (of Any Race)

Total

District

Adjusted/

Census

Total

One Race

White

American

Alaska

Asian

Some Other

Two or

Persons

CNG02

LEG02 Precinct Name

(VTD)

Unadjusted

Population

Population

Alone

Alone

Alone

Native Alone

Alone

Race Alone

More Races

18+

2406

2401B

Allegany Precinct 31-000

31-000

Adj

1,580

1,582

1,569

1,553

5

3

8

0

13

5

1,275

2406

2401B

Allegany Precinct 34-000

34-000

Adj

1,634

1,635

1,615

1,603

6

0

2

4

20

12

1,347

 

Anne Arundel County

537,656

534,347

518,774

404,812

80,851

1,662

18,345

13,104

15,573

32,902

409,286

2403

24032

Anne Arundel Precinct 01-001

01-001

Adj

2,251

2,252

2,204

1,871

109

4

175

45

48

76

1,879

2403

24032

Anne Arundel Precinct 01-002

01-002

Adj

1,877

1,880

1,851

1,708

52

0

80

11

29

30

1,493

2402

24032

Anne Arundel Precinct 01-003

01-003

Adj

3,181

3,188

3,087

2,573

302

14

103

95

101

213

2,547

2402

24031

Anne Arundel Precinct 01-004

01-004

Adj

2,741

2,762

2,712

1,769

830

3

82

28

50

59

2,223

2402

24032

Anne Arundel Precinct 01-005

01-005

Adj

2,402

2,404

2,285

1,429

496

10

305

45

119

145

1,879

2402

24032

Anne Arundel Precinct 01-006

01-006

Unadj

2,686

2,686

2,552

1,393

872

5

218

64

134

204

2,031

2403

24032

Anne Arundel Precinct 01-007

01-007

Adj

2,265

2,266

2,222

2,021

90

18

59

34

44

80

1,788

2403

24032

Anne Arundel Precinct 01-008

01-008

Adj

3,031

3,035

2,981

2,674

178

7

73

49

54

113

2,430

2402

24032

Anne Arundel Precinct 01-009

01-009

Adj

2,800

2,807

2,726

2,415

175

10

85

41

81

93

2,184

2403

24032

Anne Arundel Precinct 01-010

01-010

Adj

1,778

1,780

1,754

1,659

27

3

56

9

26

34

1,408

2403

24032

Anne Arundel Precinct 01-011

01-011

Adj

1,551

1,554

1,535

1,453

28

5

37

12

19

44

1,234

2402

24031

Anne Arundel Precinct 01-012

01-012

Adj

5,587

5,599

5,347

2,588

2,087

11

304

357

252

643

4,033

2402

24031

Anne Arundel Precinct 01-013

01-013

Adj

2,017

2,029

1,930

1,453

407

14

25

31

99

129

1,455

2402

24031

Anne Arundel Precinct 01-014

01-014

Adj

2,794

2,800

2,741

2,128

358

25

101

129

59

302

2,207

2402

24031

Anne Arundel Precinct 01-015

01-015

Adj

2,554

2,557

2,502

2,096

258

2

67

79

55

130

2,021

2402

24031

Anne Arundel Precinct 01-016

01-016

Adj

3,345

3,365

3,206

2,339

526

25

115

201

159

316

2,543

2402

24031

Anne Arundel Precinct 01-017

01-017

Adj

2,410

2,414

2,312

1,844

309

11

87

61

102

148

1,827

2402

24031

Anne Arundel Precinct 01-018

01-018

Adj

4,178

4,186

4,079

2,608

1,272

14

149

36

107

161

3,476

2402

24032

Anne Arundel Precinct 01-019

01-019

Adj

3,301

3,305

3,106

1,403

1,344

8

295

56

199

287

2,396

2402

24032

Anne Arundel Precinct 01-020

01-020

Adj

3,111

3,115

2,948

1,578

1,060

11

230

69

167

257

2,439

2402

24032

Anne Arundel Precinct 01-021

01-021

Adj

3,406

3,412

3,231

842

2,134

12

152

91

181

229

2,225

2403

24032

Anne Arundel Precinct 01-022

01-022

Adj

6,325

6,330

6,101

3,773

1,252

26

949

101

229

370

5,075

2403

24021

Anne Arundel Precinct 01-023

01-023

Adj

5,518

1,435

1,377

733

577

8

35

24

58

167

1,129

2402

24032

Anne Arundel Precinct 01-024

01-024

Adj

1,825

1,826

1,750

984

559

4

162

41

76

152

1,392

2403

24032

Anne Arundel Precinct 02-001

02-001

Adj

2,106

2,107

2,040

1,622

267

5

110

36

67

109

1,707

2403

24032

Anne Arundel Precinct 02-002

02-002

Adj

1,768

1,769

1,706

1,350

209

14

104

29

63

54

1,400

2403

24032

Anne Arundel Precinct 02-003

02-003

Adj

2,971

2,977

2,875

2,060

461

4

111

239

102

366

2,310

2403

24032

Anne Arundel Precinct 02-004

02-004

Adj

3,201

3,206

3,088

2,123

765

19

132

49

118

105

2,505

2403

24032

Anne Arundel Precinct 02-005

02-005

Adj

3,801

3,809

3,644

2,469

838

13

135

189

165

454

3,017

2403

24032

Anne Arundel Precinct 02-006

02-006

Adj

2,653

2,661

2,602

2,100

275

14

93

120

59

214

2,031

2403

24032

Anne Arundel Precinct 02-007

02-007

Adj

3,649

3,654

3,498

2,564

621

3

186

124

156

287

2,849

2403

24031

Anne Arundel Precinct 02-008

02-008

Adj

3,469

3,477

3,373

2,988

245

24

45

71

104

237

2,697

2403

24032

Anne Arundel Precinct 02-009

02-009

Adj

3,793

3,796

3,630

2,057

1,234

4

273

62

166

193

2,849

2403

24031

Anne Arundel Precinct 02-010

02-010

Adj

3,656

3,661

3,552

2,945

446

11

89

61

109

172

2,935

2403

24032

Anne Arundel Precinct 02-011

02-011

Adj

2,335

2,340

2,254

1,856

221

17

62

98

86

266

1,798

2403

24031

Anne Arundel Precinct 02-012

02-012

Adj

2,590

2,598

2,532

2,127

226

13

52

114

66

191

2,039

2403

24032

Anne Arundel Precinct 02-013

02-013

Adj

1,756

1,757

1,716

1,382

230

3

56

45

41

113

1,349

2403

24032

Anne Arundel Precinct 02-014

02-014

Adj

5,642

5,654

5,407

2,337

2,632

20

206

212

247

441

4,392

2403

24032

Anne Arundel Precinct 02-015

02-015

Adj

3,273

3,283

3,148

1,920

1,026

7

144

51

135

181

2,396

2403

24032

Anne Arundel Precinct 02-016

02-016

Adj

1,959

1,965

1,927

1,610

189

11

52

65

38

137

1,588

Note: *No Hispanic designation was available for prisoners; therefore, the Hispanic totals were not adjusted. **Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander combined with Some Other Race Alone

 

4

Table 2

Note: This report is based on Census 2010 P.L. 94-171 Redistricting Data (Maryland) and is ADJUSTED for the use of Maryland Redistricting pursuant to "No Represenation Without Population Act"

 
   

Adjusted