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New Florida House map

The new map was validated by the U.S. Justice Department on May 1 after the Florida Senate gave their final seal of approval to the proposed political maps for the next decade and sent them off to the court and governor for review on a 32-5 vote on Feb. 9. The 120-district map has 46 districts that favor Democrats, eight that could go either way and 66 districts that favor Republicans.
Learn more about the map on the Senate site

Current State House Districts

Based on the 2010 census, each of the 120 members of the Florida House will represent about 156,678 people. The map below illustrates how much each old district varies from this ideal number. Red districts are underpopulated, while green districts have more than the ideal number of constituents.
Click on each district to see more details.

Population change key

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What districts do you live in currently?

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