Find Your New District
Use this tool to find your new districts ahead of the primary elections. You may also use this tool to compare your new district boundaries to your former districts.
- Click on the “>>” symbol to open the Legend and change the overlay (New Congressional Districts, New State Legislative Districts (Upper), New State Legislative Districts (Lower)).
- Scroll, zoom-in (using the “+” sign), or enter an address/location using the button on the top-right corner to find out which district you would reside in.
- Once zoomed-in, click on the map to find out your district.
Note: Connecticut, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Ohio, Pennsylvania, & South Carolina are still in the redistricting process for Congressional and/or State Legislative districts, and several states are in litigation proceedings concerning their district maps. For more information, review Loyola Law School’s All About Redistricting page here.
This map is up-to-date as of April 22, 2022.
Community Engagement in Redistricting
The following resources are designed to help our communities participate in the redistricting process.
- Redistricting FAQ: answers questions you may have regarding the overall process and its procedures.
- Community of Interest Testimony Worksheet: provides guidance and support so you can plan out what you would like to say to those empowered to draw districts.
- Local Redistricting Checklist: includes important benchmarks local decisionmakers should meet to establish an accessible and inclusive process. Wherever you are in the process, these resources are sure to meet all your diverse needs.
The Common Cause activist guide to redistricting reform, titled “Redistricting Reform: Mapping Our Future,” includes some of the most important things citizens need to know about how to end gerrymandering. This guide includes:
- What redistricting is;
- Why redistricting is important;
- Reforms states have implemented and current reform campaigns to make redistricting a more fair and transparent process; and
- Steps to winning reform;
- Common Cause and coalition guidelines and principles for reform.