Illinois’ Redistricting Round-Up
November 4, 2022
For this upcoming General Election, Illinois voters are casting ballots under the newly drawn district maps. Because the population of the Prairie State decreased by 0.1% from 2010 to 2020, Illinois lost a Congressional seat, now down to 17 districts from 18. Congressional, judicial and legislative maps are redrawn every ten years following the U.S. census.
Illinois General Assembly candidates who are victorious in next Tuesday’s election will be sworn in on Jan. 11, 2023, for the 103rd session based on the redrawn map. Illinois’ 177 state legislators will represent 118 districts in the House of Representatives and 59 districts for the Senate.
Several new faces will appear in Illinois’ new composition in the General Assembly due to current legislators either retiring or seeking higher office, while other members were redrawn into the same district of another House or Senate colleague.
To locate your new legislative district, access these interactive maps that the redistricting committee released for the House and Senate. Last week IMPAC members received a special email communication with information about the election. Not an IMPAC member? Consider donating to be in the know!
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