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Most states make some form of their maps available on the online. However, there are many possible governmental units that could have this info such as State election authorities, legislative committee or staff offices, state Planning or GIS units, or even a state redistricting commission or reapportionment office. If you are looking for current maps, here are some helpful suggestions:


  • Search Redistrictingonline’s state redistricting website database for direct links to state redistricting authorities.
  • The U.S. Census Bureau maintains maps of current Congressional and Individual state legislative districts.




  • Various State election and planning agencies retain redistricting maps.


  • The U.S. Census Bureau maintains current state legislative and congressional maps for each state. 
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