پرونده:CA 13 certified.pdf

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English: A map of California's 13th congressional district — the western portion of Alameda County, East Bay.
  • After 2013 redistricting.
  • Cities in the district include Alameda, Albany, Berkeley, Emeryville, Oakland, Piedmont, and San Leandro.
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منبع http://wedrawthelines.ca.gov/maps-final-draft-congressional-districts.html
پدیدآور Healthy City, a project of the Advancement Project
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