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Legislative Getting Started

Voter Districts

What is a district? It is a division of a territory, as in a country, state, or county, marked off for electoral purposes.  For the purposes of this website we generally only reference three different voter districts. There are further divisions in your county for school boards, county commissioners and city officials. If you need information on these further divisions please contact your county’s Supervisor of Elections office.

Congressional Districts: Florida is divided into 25 districts, each district electing one member to a Congressional seat.

Florida Senate Districts: Florida is divided into 40 districts, each district electing one member to the Florida Senate.

Florida House Districts: Florida is divided into 120 districts, each district electing one member to a Florida House of Representatives.

Each of these three districts is different and you can view maps for them at
http://election.dos.state.fl.us/maps/index.shtml

If you would like to know what voter districts you reside in you can:

Now you have the information to locate and learn about your elected officials.  Please see Who is my Legislator  to find out who they are.