After each decennial Census, the Legislature redraws the districts from which Florida voters elect their state representatives, state senators, and members of the U.S. House of Representatives. Redistricting is the redrawing of congressional and state legislative districts to adjust for uneven growth rates in different parts of the state. Districts determine which voters participate in which elections. Reapportionment is the redistribution of seats in the United States House of Representatives among the 50 states, based on the decennial census. Each state gets at least one seat. Effective with 2012 election, Florida has 27 representatives in the U.S. House of Representatives. Two U.S. Senators represent the entire state..
Maps and Statistics
Use the form below to access maps and reports for state legislative and congressional districts.
Interactive maps enable zooming to street level and printing detailed views (see the District Explorer Help Manual). Letter-size maps print on 8.5 by 11-inch paper. Poster-size maps can be reduced to your preferred size.
The "2010 Census Demographic Profile" includes a one-page report for each district with statistics from the 2010 Decennial Census.
Displaying State Senate (2016 General Election and thereafter) Maps and Reports for Entire State