The 2020 Census redrew our district maps once again. The original maps can be seen at the We Draw the Lines website by clicking here. To find out exactly what district you are in for everything from Congressional Districts to local school boards, go to Voteinfo.net by clicking here. At this time, Voterinfo is updating its databases to reflect the new electoral boundaries.
(These maps are not to scale.)
CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 41
District 41 stretches from Norco in the northwest to Palm Desert in the southeast corner, a distance of 60 miles as the crow flies, but leaving out Hemet; San Jacinto to the north, and Murrieta and Temecula to the south.
CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 48
The dotted line represents the border between Riverside and San Diego counties. The straight line across the bottom of the map is the border between the United States and Mexico. Much of the area to the east and south has a very low population density.
STATE SENATE DISTRICT 32
From Chino Hills southeast to Julian and beyond. As with the Congressional District 48, the population concentration lies in the northwest portion of the district.
STATE ASSEMBLY DISTRICT 71
Oh, "To be in the Room Where It Happened". This is a strange one with Rancho Santa Margarita on the other side of the Ortega in Orange County being part of Assembly District 71.
STATE ASSEMBLY DISTRICT 63
From Norco, down the 15 Freeway and east through Lake Elsinore, Canyon Lake to Sun City.