Texas Redistricting

Current Districts

Plans in Effect for 2020 Elections

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State Senate

*All data in the material below is based on the 2010 census.

The 83rd Legislature, 1st Called Session, enacted S.B. 2 (PLAN S172). The districts are identical to the interim plan, ordered by the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas, used to elect members in 2012 to the Texas Senate. This plan is effective January 2013.
Texas has 31 state senate districts. Each district has an ideal 2010 census population of 811,147. Each district has an ideal 2020 census population of 940,178.

Maps
  • Statewide map

  • DistrictViewer interactive map: PLAN S172

  • District Nos. 1 ‐ 31:

  • Additional maps

Reports
  • District demographic reports:

  • Additional reports

  • Voter Data Report

  • Population Report

GIS Data

State House

*All data in the material below is based on the 2010 census.

The 83rd Legislature, 1st Called Session, enacted S.B. 3 (PLAN H358), the plan used to elect members to the Texas House from 2014-2018. The U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas ordered changes to districts 90, 97 and 99 in Tarrant County for the 2020 elections. The resulting statewide plan (PLAN H414) is effective January 2021.
Texas has 150 state representative districts. Each district has an ideal 2010 census population of 167,637. Each district has an ideal 2020 census population of 194,303.

Maps
  • Statewide map

  • DistrictViewer interactive map: PLANH 414

  • District Nos. 1 ‐ 50:

  • District Nos. 51 ‐ 100:

  • District Nos. 101 ‐ 150:

  • Additional maps

Reports
  • District demographic reports, District Nos. 1 ‐ 50:

  • District demographic reports, District Nos. 51 ‐ 100:

  • District demographic reports, District Nos. 101 ‐ 150:

  • Additional reports

  • Voter Data Report

  • Population Report

GIS Data

U.S. Congress

*All data in the material below is based on the 2010 census.

The 83rd Legislature, 1st Called Session, enacted S.B. 4 (PLAN C235). The districts are identical to the interim plan, ordered by the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas, used in 2012 to elect members of the Texas delegation to the U.S. Congress. This plan is effective January 2013.
Texas has 36 congressional districts, as determined by apportionment following the 2010 census. Each district has an ideal 2010 census population of 698,488. According to results of 2020 census congressional reapportionment, Texas will have 38 districts, and each district will have an ideal 2020 census population of 766,987.

Maps
  • Statewide map

  • DistrictViewer interactive map: PLAN C235

  • District Nos. 1 ‐ 36:

  • Additional maps

Reports
GIS Data

State Board of Education

*All data in the material below is based on the 2010 census.

The 82nd Legislature, Regular Session, enacted H.B. 600 (PLAN E120). This plan is effective January 2013.
Texas has 15 State Board of Education districts. Each district has an ideal 2010 census population of 1,676,371. Each district has an ideal 2020 census population of 1,943,034.

Maps
Reports
GIS Data

Judicial

*All data in the material below is based on the 2010 census.

Judicial district maps and reports are not viewable in Who Represents Me? or DistrictViewer because those applications cannot accommodate overlapping districts.

State District Courts
Courts of Appeals