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December 30, 2011 at 12:14 PM

Which congressional district will you land in?

Posted by Jim Brunner

Zoom in on this Google map to see where you'd fall in the new proposed congressional district maps for 2012. Click on the shaded regions to see district numbers. And zoom in with your mouse wheel or by using the plus and minus buttons.

This works best if you click the "Larger Map" link at bottom of map. The large map also has a key telling you which district is shaded which color (see left of map).

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And for comparison, here are the current congressional districts.

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How come there is no interactive search panel to find out what one's political districts are by one's address and zip code? This is an...  Posted on December 31, 2011 at 5:55 PM by old.frt. Jump to comment
glacierpeak-- SCOTUS ruled that certain electoral boundaries could be drawn without federal approval (utility districts and such) but any kind of...  Posted on December 31, 2011 at 5:10 PM by colinseattle999. Jump to comment
I live just to the west of B-E Highway in Mill Creek, which puts me just to the east of the dividing line between the 1st and 2nd...literally by a...  Posted on December 31, 2011 at 10:23 AM by glacierpeak. Jump to comment

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