What redistricting means when it comes time for you to vote

Redistricting means you may find yourself voting for in a different Oregon House district than you did in the past.

You can verify what district you will be voting in by typing in your street address in the Multnomah County Election Division’s up-to-date district look up tool.

Here’s an updated House District map from Multnomah County to give you an idea of how district lines have been redrawn.

The Congressional redistricting is one thing. The statewide district boundaries are another, more complicated question.  If you are curious, the best thing to do is to go to the Multnomah County Elections Office (or website) to determine your new Oregon House and Senate Districts.

Remember, that in the May primary and November ballots, you are voting for candidates who will start their terms in January 2023. So your old House and Senate district boundaries will expire at the end of 2022, and you may find yourself in a new district. Below is the updated Oregon House district map, which will be valid starting in January 2023.

Of course, you can always just let your ballot surprise you and come visit our Who’s on your May 2022 Ballot to meet the candidates. We’re here to help!

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