Florida Redistricting


Senate redistricting map of South Florida

Click the interactive map to see how the Senate redistricting map affects South Florida. The House will vote on whether to accept or alter the proposed map.


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In the Courts

Naked Politics Story March 12: Senate lawyers want court to wait to decide congressional maps until after election

Naked Politics Story March 9: Highlights of the Supreme Court ruling on redistricting

Naked Politics Story March 9: Court upholds House redistricting map, rejects Senate's plan

Naked Politics Story March 5: Haridopolos: We'll be back for a special session on redistricting

Naked Politics Story Feb. 29: Supreme Court gets quickly to the point: how far should it go on redistricting

Miami Herald Story Feb. 28: Justices seek input on how to handle new redistricting rules

Miami Herald Story Feb. 28: Redistricting is creating rifts in the state’s non-partisan high court

Naked Politics Story Feb. 22: Another divided opinion on redistricting from the Supremes

Naked Politics Story Feb. 17: Florida Democrats file first redistricting salvo in legislative maps

Naked Politics Story Feb. 10: Start your redistricting clock: Bondi sends maps to court

In South Florida

Miami Herald Story Feb. 11: Democrats, independents tilt Miami’s congressional districts

Naked Politics Story Feb. 2: Tribe to Legislature: You regulate, not ban, Internet Cafes, you lose our cash

Miami Herald Story Feb. 2: Redistricting maps are shuffling Florida’s political landscape

Naked Politics Story Jan. 31: Shakeup: Adam Hasner to run for West's CD seat; Mack could walk in U.S. Senate primary

Naked Politics Story Jan. 31: Allen West to run in Rep. Tom Rooney's district (told ya so)

Naked Politics Story Jan. 31: Appeals court throws out Brown and Diaz-Balart redistricting lawsuit

Naked Politics Story Jan. 31: Allen West's wife sees no conspiracy in redistricting

Naked Politics Story Jan. 27: Fair Districts lambasts legislative maps, details alleged legal violations

Naked Politics Story Jan. 26: Mario Diaz-Balart picks congressional seat, before redistricting maps are final

Miami Herald Story Jan. 16: Mudslinging begins in state race in Miami

Miami Herald Story Jan. 7: Broward lawmakers to tackle redistricting, gambling

Miami Herald Story Jan. 4: Republicans are prepared to sacrifice numbers in the redistricting battle

Naked Politics Story Jan. 3: GOP infighting: Flare-up over failure to gerrymander in favor of Allen West

Naked Politics Story Dec. 6: House map pits 11 incumbents against each other in MD and Broward

Miami Herald Story Dec. 6: Redistricting plan creates competitive races

Miami Herald Story Nov. 27: Tensions over minority redistricting divide legislators

Naked Politics Story Nov. 2: South Florida to lose clout in redistricting

In the House

Naked Politics Story Feb. 16: Legislative plan to give themselves immunity sparks another redistricting feud

Miami Herald Story Feb. 16: With redistricting lawsuit looming, legislators want immunity

Naked Politics Story Feb. 3: House passes redistricting maps with a party line vote

Naked Politics Story Jan. 30: Weatherford to West: Legislative maps are not targeting you

Miami Herald Story Jan. 27: House counters critics, passes redistricting maps

Naked Politics Story Jan. 27: House committee slaps down Fair Districts plan, blasts its 11th-hour critique

Naked Politics Story Jan. 26: With redistricting deal nearly done, 38 House members must battle it out

Naked Politics Story Jan. 9: House narrows its list of maps with votes along party lines

Naked Politics Story Dec. 8: Redistricting Round One in House -- Terms to know

Miami Herald Story Dec. 8: House maps create more compact districts, some competition

Naked Politics Story Dec. 7: Schale: House congressional maps draw 9 hot spots

Naked Politics Story Dec. 2: Weatherford agrees with Gaetz: We'll take your redistricting map, you take ours

In The Senate

Naked Politics Story March 12: Redistricting session puts Senate under the gun again

Naked Politics Story Feb. 9: Shots fired: Legislators pass redistricting maps, lawsuit launched

Naked Politics Story Feb. 7: New Florida legislative seats draw old names: Gus Barreiro and Renier Diaz de la Portilla

Miami Herald Story Jan. 25: Personal agendas are at stake with Senate redistricting maps

Naked Politics Story Jan. 23: Oelrich announces he'll seek new GOP congressional seat

Naked Politics Story Jan. 17: Senate passes Senate map with 7 Dems in support

Miami Herald Story Jan. 17: Senate earns bi-partisan support for its redistricting maps as critics complain

Naked Politics Story Jan. 17: Fair Districts coalition slaps back: Senate criticism is a smoke screen

Miami Herald Story Jan. 16: Maps produced under new redistricting standards leave Democrats divided, GOP nervous

Naked Politics Story Jan. 13: Rich decides not to file amendment for Dems redistricting map

Miami Herald Story Jan. 11: Senate committee finalizes redistricting maps as Democrats split

Naked Politics Story Jan. 11: Senate committee signs off on its redistricting maps

Naked Politics Story Jan. 11: Analysis: Senate Dems redistricting alternative would create more competition

Naked Politics Story Dec. 6: Senate redistricting maps appear headed for swift approval

Miami Herald Story Dec. 6: Florida Senate's redistricting map mirrors plan by NAACP

Naked Politics Story Dec. 1: Oelrich: If Congressional map remains, I'll run for Congress

Miami Herald Story Nov. 29: Senate maps help and hurt Republicans, pack Democrats into minority seats

Naked Politics Story Nov. 29: Senate's offers House redistricting olive branch: we'll take your map

Miami Herald Story Nov. 28: First redistricting maps for Florida create new Hispanic seats and retain GOP strength

Naked Politics Story Nov. 28: Democratic leaders blast Senate maps

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