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Natrona County issues notice of precinct and district boundary changes following redistricting

Natrona County Clerk Tracy Good with draft map of precinct and district boundaries (Gregory Hirst, Oil City News)

CASPER, Wyo. — Following the passage of Wyoming’s redistricting law, the Natrona County Clerk’s Office has published the proposed changes to the county’s 14 districts and 46 precincts.

One of the biggest changes is that all of Evansville (4-1, 4-2, 5-1) will be part of the new house district created that includes large parts of Converse County within its eastern boundary. 

County Clerk Tracy Good told the commission last week that she redrew the precinct and district lines to preserve clean lines with major thoroughfares and house district lines redrawn at the state level, as well as to preserve existing demographics.  

The new maps, currently in draft form, will be up for the commission’s approval on April 19, at which point it will go to the Secretary of State for final approval.

If approved, the change will be put in effect for the November 2022 election.

Draft of new Natrona County precincts and Districts (Natrona County government; photo by Gregory Hirst)