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January 13, 2012 at 2:49 PM

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Find your new congressional district: a searchable map

map011312.jpgWashington's redrawn political map means many people have been bumped into new congressional districts for the 2012 elections.

The new maps were recently agreed to by the bipartisan Washington State Redistricting Commission. The panel added a new 10th district and dramatically shifted the boundaries of several others.

In response to reader requests, The Seattle Times has produced a searchable map allowing you to type in your address and see where your home falls in the new political scheme -- plus see some basic demographics of the districts.

Click HERE to use the map.

And check back next week. We'll post a similar map for legislative districts soon.


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