The California Redistricting Commission delivered the newly drawn Congressional, Board of Equalization, State Senate and State Assembly maps Monday to the Secretary of State’s office in Sacramento.
“I want to thank the Redistricting Commissioners for their hard work under difficult circumstances,” said California Secretary of State Shirley N. Weber, Ph.D. “We will be sending the new maps to legislators and to the California’s 58 counties for implementation.”
The new maps can be found at wedrawthelinesca.org.
The U.S. Constitution requires a federal census every 10 years. The independent California Citizens Redistricting Commission uses the new census data to redraw the Congressional, State Senate, State Assembly, and State Board of Equalization district boundaries based on population changes.
The boundaries for local districts, such as county supervisorial or city council districts, are drawn by local governing bodies. Information about the local process can be found here: https://www.sos.ca.gov/elections/helpful-resources/redistricting.
As required by law, the secretary of state will provide the new CCRC maps to the California State Legislature for their records and to California's 58 counties who will redraw precincts within the new district boundaries and assign voters to the updated precincts.
Voters will be casting ballots for candidates running for office using the new district boundaries as part of California's June 7, 2022, Primary Election.