Communities of Interest

A Community of Interest is a group of people who: share common social or economic interests, live in a geographically definable area, and should be included within a single district for purposes of effective and fair representation in future elections.

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Damian J. Martinez
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1010 10th Street, Suite 6800, Modesto, CA, 95354
: (209) 353-6435


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How Use Map

To move around the map click and hold left mouse button down and move the mouse in the direction you want to move.

To zoom in and out - click this tool in the top left corner

How to Draw

Step 1: Locate your address or place by entering your address on the "Find address or place" bar on the top, left corner of the map window.

Step 2: Click on the polygon icon on the right side of the map window, to start drawing the area that will identify your community of interest.

Step 3: Click once in the map to start drawing your area. A blue dot should appear.

Step 4:Move your mouse and single-click as many times as necessary to draw the area that identifies your community of interest.

Step 5:Your last blue dot should coincide with your starting point to enclose the area of your community of interest. Once there, you may double-click to end.

Step 6:You should see an area marked by a blue polygon that identifies your community of interest. You may decide to adjust that area by clicking on the pencil icon on the right side. Use the hand to move the dot to make adjustments as needed. To save your adjustments click at the bottom of the map to finish.

Step 7:If for any reason you decide to start over, click on the trash can icon on the right side of the screen and start over again. Otherwise, you may proceed to submit your form by clicking on the Submit button at the bottom.