How has your district been redrawn?
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 maps will be further refined, but it is already clear that the panel's work will dramatically affect the state's Legislature and congressional delegation.
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Enter a California address, including ZIP Code, to see its current and proposed district assignments.
Note: Districts were assigned names for the first draft of the maps. The customary numbers normally used to identify districts will not be assigned until the the second set of maps is released.
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