Illinois State Senate

Remap Process to Focus on Transparency, Fairness and Reflecting Diversity of Illinois

SPRINGFIELD – The Illinois Senate Democratic Caucus launched a series of statewide redistricting hearings on Wednesday, seeking public input as lawmakers begin the once-a-decade process of drawing new legislative boundaries to ensure communities receive equal representation. Senate Democrats are committed to a redistricting process guided by the principles of transparency, fairness and reflecting the diversity of Illinois.

The first hearing of the Senate Redistricting Committee was held at the Illinois State Capitol in Springfield, with more than a dozen regional hearings scheduled to take place in the coming weeks. Hearings will be held both in-person and virtually, allowing for input from stakeholders in all of Illinois’ 102 counties. For the first time, anyone who wishes to propose a new legislative boundary map will soon be able to draw and submit a map online.

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Enacted Congressional Map, Public Act 102-670, Enacted Nov. 23, 2021

Proposed Judicial Subcircuit Map

Enacted Legislative Map - Public Act 102-0663 - Enacted on September 24, 2021

Enacted Supreme Court Map, Public Act 102-011, Enacted June 4, 2021

Enacted Cook County Board of Review Map

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