House Redistricting Process

The Oklahoma Legislature is tasked with redrawing state legislative and congressional district lines every 10 years, following the federal decennial census. Oklahoma has 101 House District, 48 Senate Districts and is expected to retain 5 congressional seats following federal reapportionment. Due to population shifts within the state, this once-every-decade task is necessary to ensure equal representation will exist for equal numbers of people. The new district boundaries will be used to conduct state congressional and legislative elections beginning in 2022 through 2030.

The House redistricting process is led by the House State and Federal Redistricting Committee and its eight regional subcommittees. All 101 House members serve on a regional subcommittee based on county boundaries.

2021 Redistricting Rules (adopted by the committee Thursday, February 25, 2021)
2021 Redistricting Guidelines (adopted by the committee Thursday, February 25, 2021)
2021 House Public Map Submission Parameters (adopted by the committee Thursday, February 25, 2021)

*Note: This summary outlines the redistricting process followed by the Oklahoma House. The Oklahoma Senate may have different procedures and policies as it relates to redistricting. For more information about the Senate redistricting process, visit oksenate.gov/redistricting

Public Meetings

All Oklahomans are encouraged to stayed engaged in the redistricting process by contacting their state representative, contacting the House Redistricting Office, or participating in future town halls hosted by the House and Senate. To find your current representative, please use our Find My Representative tool. Click here to view the public input report compiled by the House Redistricting Office.

Elections Under New Districts

Beginning in calendar year 2022, the State Election Board will conduct elections based on the newly enacted districts.

The 2022 Primary Election, scheduled for June 28, 2022, is the first election to be held using the new district boundaries for state House, Senate and Congressional districts. (Title 26, Section 1-102 of the Oklahoma Statutes)

Note: Any member of the Oklahoma House of Representatives whose district is modified by redistricting may change residence with the intent of becoming qualified to seek reelection in said district in the first election applicable to said district following redistricting without thereby being deemed to have vacated his or her existing office. (Title 14, Section 108 of the Oklahoma Statutes)


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