Welcome to the web site for Idaho's citizen Commission for Reapportionment.

Redistricting is the process of drawing new congressional and legislative districts following the results of the decennial federal census. Drawing new congressional and legislative districts every ten years ensures that each vote counts as much as the next vote, also known as equal representation. In Idaho, these districts are drawn by a commission of six non-legislator citizens.

This web site provides information relating to the process of redistricting, current legislative and congressional maps, an overview of the requirements to redistrict, news and updates for the current redistricting cycle, and historical information. The Idaho Legislative Services Office, a non-partisan service agency, provides administrative and technical support to the Redistricting Commission.

Disclaimer: This web site is being maintained as a public service. The Idaho Commission on Redistricting strives to ensure that all information made available to the public through this web site is accurate, complete and in conformance with the Idaho Public Records Act. However, neither the Commission on Redistricting nor the State of Idaho assumes any legal responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of the information contained herein, particularly any information that has been received from non-state sources. Persons using information from this site for official or other purposes, for which accuracy and completeness are required, are hereby notified that they should first verify that information with the original source.