REDISTRICTING & CASS COUNTY CENSUS INFORMATION
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WHAT IS REDISTRICTING?
Redistricting is the process of redrawing the boundaries of election districts to ensure that the people of each district are equally represented.
Redistricting is done in the United States after the completion of Congressional reapportionment, which decides how many seats each state has in the 435 member House of Representatives. Reapportionment happens following the Decennial Census.
Reapportionment: is the divvying out of the 435 seats of the US House of Representatives. (Minnesota has 8 seats)
Redistricting: is drawing a geographic map of a particular district.
Cass County at a glance (2020 Census):
|OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS (HOUSEHOLDS)||POPULATION INCREASE FROM 2010 to 2020|
CASS COUNTY CENSUS
2020 Cass County Census Results Summary Comparison:
2010 population: 28, 567
2020 population: 30,066
Total increase of 1,499 (5.247%)
After the conclusion of the 2020 census county. Cass County staff downloaded the Legacy Data and Data from the Minnesota State Demographic Center. Together the following pdfs depict County Census Data reflecting the 2020 census.
2020 vs 2010 Census County Subdivision Population Information: This shows the comparison population data from 2010 to 2020 and the percent of increase or decrease for each municipality within Cass County.Minnesota State Demographic Center County Census Report for April 1, 2020: This report was provided as a courtesy by the Minnesota State Demographic Center.