How redistricting changed who Central Florida voters choose for Congress

When voters go to the polls in August and November, they may notice a change in their congressional candidates and districts.

Every 10 years, states redraw the districts for representatives at all levels of government based on U.S. Census data, in a process called redistricting. Based on those population numbers, Florida gained another U.S. House district for 2022 — from 27 representatives to 28.

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