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DOMINICAN AMERICAN NATIONAL ROUNDTABLE PROPOSED WARD BOUNDARIES FOR THE CITY OF PATERSON, NJ November 29, 2011

Prepared by Nestor Montilla, Sr., Dominican American National Roundtable www.danr.org - info@danr.org 202-238-0097

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3. Current Ward Boundaries for the City of Paterson, NJ 4. DANR Proposed Ward Boundaries for Paterson, NJ 5. Current Ward #2 Boundaries, City of Paterson, NJ 7. Current Ward #3 Boundaries, City of Paterson, NJ (exhibit 1) 8. Current Ward #3 Boundaries, City of Paterson, NJ (exhibit 2) 9. Current Ward #4 Boundaries, City of Paterson, NJ 10. Current Ward #5 Boundaries, City of Paterson, NJ 11. Current Ward #6 Boundaries, City of Paterson, NJ About DANR and the Dominican American National Redistricting Project

REMARKS: Paterson total ward population: 149,222 Ward highest population: 25,740 Ward lowest population: 23,390 Mean per ward: 24,870 Deviation: 2,487 (+ or -)

Current Ward Boundaries for the City of Paterson, NJ

Bl 18.2% Hisp 68.2 %

Prepared by Nestor Montilla, Sr., Dominican American National Roundtable (November 2011). Dominican American National Redistricting Project: DA-R - www.danr.org - info@danr.org

Dominican American National Roundtable Proposed Ward Boundaries for Paterson, NJ

Prepared by Nestor Montilla, Sr., Dominican American National Roundtable (November 2011). Dominican American National Redistricting Project: DA-R - www.danr.org - info@danr.org

Current Ward #1 Boundaries, City of Paterson, NJ

Prepared by Nestor Montilla, Sr., Dominican American National Roundtable (November 2011). Dominican American National Redistricting Project: DA-R - www.danr.org - info@danr.org

Current Ward #2 Boundaries, City of Paterson, NJ

Prepared by Nestor Montilla, Sr., Dominican American National Roundtable (November 2011). Dominican American National Redistricting Project: DA-R - www.danr.org - info@danr.org

Current Ward # 3 Partial Boundaries, City of Paterson, NJ (Continued in next page # 8)

Prepared by Nestor Montilla, Sr., Dominican American National Roundtable (November 2011). Dominican American National Redistricting Project: DA-R - www.danr.org - info@danr.org

Current Ward #3 Partial Boundaries, City of Paterson, NJ

Prepared by Nestor Montilla, Sr., Dominican American National Roundtable (November 2011). Dominican American National Redistricting Project: DA-R - www.danr.org - info@danr.org

Current Ward # 4 Boundaries, City of Paterson, NJ

Prepared by Nestor Montilla, Sr., Dominican American National Roundtable (November 2011). Dominican American National Redistricting Project: DA-R - www.danr.org - info@danr.org

Current Ward # 5 Boundaries, City of Paterson, NJ

Prepared by Nestor Montilla, Sr., Dominican American National Roundtable (November 2011). Dominican American National Redistricting Project: DA-R - www.danr.org - info@danr.org

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Current Ward # 6 Boundaries, City of Paterson, NJ

Prepared by Nestor Montilla, Sr., Dominican American National Roundtable (November 2011). Dominican American National Redistricting Project: DA-R - www.danr.org - info@danr.org

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ABOUT DANR The Dominican American National Roundtable (DANR) is a non-partisan, 501 (c) (3) membership organization established in 1997 to advance the educational, economic, legal, social, and political interests of over 2 million Dominicans residing in the United States, Puerto Rico, and U.S. Virgin Islands. DANR is involved in a number of projects designed to empower Dominicans in the US: a summer youth fellowship program; a national council composed of 120 local chapters in the U.S.; redistricting and citizenship projects, a national voter registration drive; and among other initiatives, partnerships between small Dominican-owned businesses, international enterprises and community based organizations. About DAN-R To educate the nations diverse communities in the redistricting process, the Dominican American National Roundtable has launched the Dominican American National Redistricting Project (DAN-R), a national initiative seeking to engage Dominican, Latino and minority communities in the United States in the Redistricting-Appropriation Process with the objective of achieving adequate representation one person-one vote. The Project provides education and technical assistance to the Dominican American and Latino Leadership, and has partnered with organizations and communities across the United States to guarantee a fair redistricting process.
Dominican American National Roundtable 1050 17th Street, N.W., Suite 600, Washington DC 20036 Phone: Tel: (202) 238-0097 Fax: (202) 536-5253 Email: info@danr.org www.danr.org