How do you determine your state congressional district?


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To determine your state congressional district, type your full address in the Enter Your Address box on the main page at OpenStates.org. Alternatively, click on State Legislature Websites beneath the Resources tab near the bottom of the main page of Congress.gov to visit the website of your state legislature. State legislature websites provide the names and district numbers for all members of that state's Congress.

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OpenStates.org provides the name, district, party and chamber for each member of your state's Congress. Select your state from the Select a State box at the top left of the main page to bring up an interactive map that displays all the districts in your state. Click on any district to display a list of members of Congress who represent that district.

Clicking on State Legislature Websites at Congress.gov brings up an interactive map of the United States. Click on your state to visit the main page of your state legislature's website. Typically, the main page of a state legislature's website provides a link to help you find the members of Congress in your district. For example, North Carolina's legislative website includes the tab Who Represents Me, while the Texas legislative website includes the tab Members.

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