The Reapportionment Commission did not meet its backup redistricting deadline of November 30th, 2021 for congressional district maps. A final opportunity for commission members to reach agreement by Jan. 12th, 2022 was given by a state supreme court-appointed Special Master.
On Jan. 18th the Special Master published his congressional map plan and report for consideration by the state supreme court–and the supreme court adopted new congressional maps on February 11th, 2022.
State House and Senate maps were approved before Nov. 30. Click here for the backup timeline and procedures.
Click here for redistricting resources including links to free online map drawing programs like DistrictR and Dave’s Redistricting.
Click here to see voter-drawn proposals for 2021 Connecticut voting districts.
Click here to see the new Connecticut state house district maps approved on Nov. 18, 2021 by the Reapportionment Commission.
Click here to see the new Connecticut state senate district maps approved on Nov. 23, 2021 by the Reapportionment Commission.
Click here to learn more about the Connecticut General Assembly’s bipartisan Reapportionment Commission.
Click here for our national resource on how the late 2020 census data release will impact redistricting and election timelines in the states.