Our office is currently adjusting precinct lines to bring them in alignment with newly approved district maps. Once our databases have been updated with new district and precinct information, every voter will be mailed a new Voter Information Card. The maps on our website have been updated, and the Voter Information Cards should be received by the end of June or early July.
Every Hillsborough County voter is assigned to a precinct. Do you know the difference between polling places, precincts and districts? Find out in this quick, informative clip – and then continue on to the information below.
Every 10 years, after the U.S. Census, the Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners, the Hillsborough County School Board and the Florida Legislature redraw their district boundaries to reflect changes in population.
The City of Tampa does its redistricting every four years.
Visit these links to see how each legislative group approaches the task of redistricting and changes to their district maps.
After all the different district maps are approved, we adjust precinct boundaries to align with the new district maps. Then we bring our voter registration database up to date, so that each voter’s legal residence address reflects the new districts and precincts. Even though only some voters will have a change in their districts or precinct, we mail every voter a new Voter Information Card in 2022.
For more information, visit our Redistricting Frequently Asked Questions.