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    Redistricting 2021-2022 Tracker

    October 28, 2021

October 28, 2021

Redistricting 2021-2022 Tracker

Redistricting 2021-2022 Timelines and Updates by State

Last updated: December 10, 2021

With the release of 2020 US Census data, redistricting 2021 gets under way. This is where state and local governments across the country go through the process of redrawing congressional and state legislative districts.

Each state has its own deadline to complete redistricting

The timelines span 2021 into 2022. Congressional redistricting must be completed before the filing deadlines for the 2022 general elections. State legislative redistricting must be completed before the 2022 state legislative elections with the exceptions of New Jersey, Virginia, Louisiana and Mississippi. These four states will hold their next State Senate and State House elections in 2023. 

As of December 10, 2021, 20 states have approved new congressional districts and 22 state have approved new Legislative districts. The State of Oregon was the first state to finish redistricting, followed by Maine, Nebraska, Indiana, West Virginia, Texas and other states. Their new maps have been signed into law and will be used for the 2022 elections.

We put together the following table to track redistricting 2021 updates by state. It shows the status for 2021 redistricting as of December 10, 2021. We update this table on a weekly basis. Go ahead and bookmark this page so you can return easily for the most up-to-date 2021-22 redistricting information.

Congressional and State Legislative Redistricting 2021 2022

Redistricting 2021 for Congressional Districts

Based on Census 2020 results for the 118th Congress, which is scheduled to meet in Washington, D.C., from January 3, 2023 to January 3, 2025, some states will gain congressional seats and some will lose seats. The 2022 midterm elections will use the new apportionment figures. The 2024 and 2028 presidential elections will be held under the new Electoral College totals.

Gaining Seats:

  1. Montana: +1
  2. Oregon: +1
  3. Colorado: +1
  4. Texas: +2
  5. North Carolina: +1
  6. Florida: +1

Losing Seats:

  1. California: -1
  2. Michigan: -1
  3. Illinois: -1
  4. Ohio: -1
  5. West Virginia: -1
  6. Pennsylvania: -1
  7. New York: -1
Do You Need to Match Addresses to Congressional and State Legislative Districts After Redistricting 2021?

We have been closely monitoring the redistricting progress in each state. Within two months of the new district map being signed into law, we will install the new map into our database and make the data available via our USgeocoder API service. We can also match your address file to congressional, state upper house and state lower house districts by way of batch processing.

Not sure of the best way to meet your district data needs? Chat with us live! Simply click the live chat icon on the right bottom of each webpage. If you prefer, fill out the the Online Request form or just call us  at 1-888-938-6732.