Congressional and State Legislative Districts
In 2012, the Legislature passed new congressional, state house, and state senate plans based on the 2010 Census, federal and state legal standards, citizen testimony, public submissions, and open committee discussions. These plans apply to state house districts, and to state senate and congressional districts for representatives elected in the 2012 general and 2014 special and general elections.
Since 2012, the enacted Congressional and Senate maps have been the subject of ongoing litigation. In December of 2015, the Supreme Court of Florida and the Second Judicial Circuit Court in Leon County ordered new congressional and state senate plans, respectively. These plans are available below, accompanied by the courts’ orders.
State Senate Map
In the legal proceedings for the state senate districts, Judge Reynolds adopted a plan called CPS-4a. The Court furthered ordered the Legislature to randomly renumber the districts in this plan. Accordingly, the plan was renumbered on January 5, 2016, and is posted on this site as plan 2012-CA-2842.
In the legal proceedings for the congressional districts the Florida Supreme Court referred to ordered adoption of a plan called CP-1. It is posted on this site as plan SC14-1905.
Additional documents for Special Session 2015 B and 2015 C are posted to the Legislative Actions page and the Committee on Reapportionment page. A full list of court filings is maintained by the Supreme Court of Florida and the Second Judicial Circuit Court in Leon County.