California's citizen commission final district maps: Find out what's changed where you live.

Californians stripped the Legislature of the once-a-decade redistricting task amid frustration with a polarized state government and gerrymandering that made seats perennially safe for most incumbents. The commission tentatively approved final maps July 29. A final vote is scheduled August 15 after a two-week public review period.

Californians stripped the Legislature of the once-a-decade redistricting task amid frustration with a polarized state government and gerrymandering that made seats perennially safe for most incumbents. The commission tentatively approved final maps July 29. A final vote is scheduled August 15 after a two-week public review period.

Read more: Panel's final redistricting maps drawn

Enter a California address, including ZIP Code, to see its current district and the commission's first draft and final proposal districts.

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Note: In the first draft of June 10, the commission only assigned names to the new districts. Numbers were added in the final maps of July 29, but the new numbers cannot be linked directly to the current districts.

Congressional districts: By the percentages

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