Where have the lines changed in your Senate or House district?
Political boundaries can’t be seen by the naked eye, but they significantly impact the governance of the state. This week, the Florida Legislature passed once-a-decade legislation reconfiguring 40 Senate and 120 House districts. With those moves, lawmakers created opportunities for some candidates and established roadblocks for others, driving decisions that in many cases directly impact sitting members’ careers.
Maps still must undergo review by the Florida Supreme Court, a process that should be complete before the end of Session.