Congressional Redistricting or Reapportionment is the process used to reallocate the 435 seats in the United States House of Representatives amongst the 50 states following each mandated decennial census.Click Here to go to Site..
Reapportionment is the process of redrawing the boundaries of congressional and state legislative electoral districts to reflect population changes that result from the mandated decennial census results.Click Here to go to Site..
During the Redistricting process maps are proposed before they become law. View the most recent proposals as well as maps from previous years.Click Here to go to Site..
The redistricting database made available by the Legislative Council pursuant to sections 8 and 9 of House Bill 10-1210 is open to the public in the manner specified in this policy.Click Here to go to Site..