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Every 10 years, after the U.S. Census is released, district lines are adjusted.

Based on new population figures, 435 seats in the United States House of Representatives are redistributed among the 50 states. Florida is allowed 27 representatives in the U.S. House, an increase of two, effective with the general election in 2012.

This may affect precinct boundaries. As a result, a voter may:

  • Be in a new district with one or more new elected officials.
  • Be assigned to a new precinct.
  • Vote at a new polling location.

Check out your latest district and precinct information by going to our Voter Information page.