Making Sense of Redistricting
The fight for fair districts in Ohio continues. We've gathered resources and answers to FAQs to help you understand where we are in this process, what it all means, and where do we go from where.
New Districts vs Old Districts
When do the new districts go into effect?
The current district maps for both state and congressional districts remain the correct map to determine who represents you until the next election winners take office in January 2023. The new districts are your voting districts and take effect ONLY for the elections in 2022.
Click here to find your current state legislators.
Click here to find your current U.S. Senators and Representative.
Click here to find your voting district
(Please note that these maps are subject to further judicial review.)
Ballotpedia offers a regularly updated redistricting timeline and a great tool to compare the old and new state legislative senate and house districts, with maps that can zoom in close to street level. Click here to be redirected to Ballotpedia.
Go to VOTE 411 for a sample ballot and more information on candidates.