Welcome to FloridaRedistricting.org. House Speaker Steve Crisafulli and Senate President Andy Gardiner have called for a Special Session to amend a portion Florida’s Congressional Districts consistent with the July 9, 2015 ruling from the Florida Supreme Court in The League of Women Voters of Florida v. Detzner. The Special Session (Special Session “B”) will be held from August 10-August 21, 2015.

In order for the public to review what the Legislature is considering and allow for all legislative actions to be discussed in an open and transparent manner, legislative staff, in collaboration with counsel, drafted base map that follows the Supreme Court order. Staff began their work by redrawing Congressional Districts 5, 13, 14, 21, 22, 25, 26 and 27 in compliance with the recent ruling of the Florida Supreme Court and to make any necessary conforming changes consistent with Article III, Section 20, of the Florida Constitution.

HB 1B as Amended by the Florida Senate (S024C9054)

On Wednesday, August, 19th, the Florida Senate approved HB 1B, as amended, and have sent it back to the House for further consideration.


Rep. Williams Proposed Floor Amendment to
HB 1B (H008C9069)



Base Congressional Map (H000C9065)

Please see the base map that was drawn by legislative redistricting staff along with all drafts and reports that were used in the drawing process. A full explanation of the map will be provided to all legislators and the public on Tuesday, August 11 at 9:00 AM.

The base map was released to legislators and the public simultaneously on August 5, 2015. Statewide and regional views of the map can be found at the links below.


Rep. Hill Proposed Floor Amendment to
Base Congressional Map HB 1B (H000C9047)


Rep. Gonzalez Proposed Floor Amendment to
Base Congressional Map HB 1B (S028C9042)


Rep. Kerner Proposed Amendment to
Base Congressional Map HB 1B (H087C9067)


Rep. Hill Proposed Amendment to
Base Congressional Map HB 1B (H000C9047)


Florida’s Current Congressional Map

During Special Session B, the Legislature will make changes to Florida’s current Congressional Map to comply with the Florida Supreme Court Ruling on July 9, 2015



Contact Us:

If you have questions or would like more information about redistricting,
please contact the House Select Committee on Redistricting by
Phone: 850-717-5656
or
Email: redistricting@myfloridahouse.gov



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