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2018 Remedial Congressional Districts

On this page you will find information regarding the 2018 Remedial Congressional Districts, designed to help Pennsylvania citizens understand what happened and how it will affect their voting and congressional representation.

Statewide District Map

 

If you have any questions, please call the Bureau of Commissions, Elections and Legislation toll-free at 1-877-868-3772 or contact your county election office.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q:
What does this mean for voters?

The 2018 Remedial Congressional Plan only changes the congressional districts for the upcoming election. Otherwise, you’ll still vote in the same location. Your polling place did not move with the recent congressional district changes.

Q:
Who is my current representative?

Your current representative in Congress will remain the same until a new representative has been elected in the 2018 November Election and begins their term in January 2019.

Q:
How can I find out what district I’m in now?

Under the new map, a majority of counties lie fully within a single congressional district, so voters in those counties can find that information on the county list located below.

In counties that are split, the interactive map below will be sufficient for many voters to identify their district.

Voters who are unsure of their congressional district, or if they live in a split municipality or ward,  should call their county election office to check their new district by residential address.

Q:
What does this mean for the Primary election on May 15?

When you vote in the primary election on May 15, 2018, you will be voting for a party candidate in your new congressional district. You can explore the new districts by county, by district number, and/or via a Google map.

Q:
Does the redistricting affect other representatives and elected officials, like the State House, State Senate, City Council, etc.)?

No. The Remedial Congressional Redistricting only changes the district numbers and borders for the U.S. House of Representatives.

Q:
How is the November general election affected?

The only difference is the change in congressional district boundaries. Voters will choose their new congressional representative in November based on the boundaries of the Remedial Congressional maps. Otherwise, the election will not change. You can explore the new districts by county, by district number, and/or via a Google map.

Q:
Where will I go to vote?

Your polling place has not changed. You may continue to use the same polling place that is listed on your voter registration card or you can find your polling place at:  votespa.com/polls.

Q:
Will I need a new voter registration card?

No, your current voter registration card is still valid.

Q:
My district number has changed; does that mean my representative changed?

Your current congressional representative did not change. The recent change only impacted congressional districts for the 2018 election. Voters will have an opportunity in the Primary and General elections to cast a vote for a candidate to represent them in the next term of Congress.

2018 Remedial Congressional Districts by Number

A district-by-district breakdown of the Remedial Congressional Districts.

District 1:

District 1 

District 2:

District 2 

District 3:

District 3 

District 4:

District 4 

District 5:

District 5 

District 6:

District 6 

District 7:

District 7 

District 8:

District 8 

District 9:

District 9 

District 10:

District 10 

District 11:

District 11 

District 12:

District 12 

District 13:

District 13 

District 14:

District 14 

District 15:

District 15 

District 16:

District 16 

District 17:

District 17 

District 18:

District 18 

2018 Remedial Congressional Districts by County

The chart below lists congressional districts by county under Pennsylvania’s new remedial plan. Click on a district PDF by your county for a comparison of the remedial congressional map and the 2011 congressional redistricting map, along with a description of the district.

County NameRemedial Congressional Districts
Adams District 13
Allegheny District 17  District 18
Armstrong District 15
Beaver District 17
Bedford District 13
Berks District 4  District 6  District 9
Blair District 13
Bradford District 12
Bucks District 1
Butler District 15  District 16  District 17
Cambria District 13  District 15
Cameron District 15
Carbon District 9
Centre District 12  District 15
Chester District 5  District 6
Clarion District 15
Clearfield District 15
Clinton District 12
Columbia District 9
Crawford District 16
Cumberland District 10  District 13
Dauphin District 10
Delaware District 5
Elk District 15
Erie District 16
Fayette District 14
Forest District 15
Franklin District 13
Fulton District 13
Greene District 14
Huntingdon District 13
Indiana District 15
Jefferson District 15
Juniata District 12
Lackawanna District 8
Lancaster District 11
Lawrence District 16
Lebanon District 9
Lehigh District 7
Luzerne District 8  District 9
Lycoming District 12
McKean District 15
Mercer District 16
Mifflin District 12
Monroe District 7  District 8
Montgomery District 1  District 4  District 5
Montour District 9
Northampton District 7
Northumberland District 9  District 12
Perry District 12
Philadelphia District 2  District 3  District 5
Pike District 8
Potter District 12
Schuylkill District 9
Snyder District 12
Somerset District 13
Sullivan District 12
Susquehanna District 12
Tioga District 12
Union District 12
Venango District 15
Warren District 15
Washington District 14
Wayne District 8
Westmoreland District 13  District 14
Wyoming District 12
York District 10  District 11
  

If you have any questions, please call the Bureau of Commissions, Elections and Legislation toll-free at 1-877-868-3772 or contact your county election office.

Interactive Map

Notice: This interactive google map is a representation of the Remedial Plan issued by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court on February 19, 2018. It is made available for informational purposes only. In the event of any conflict between the districts shown in this interactive map and the districts as described in the court’s order, the official version appearing in the court order will prevail.


Remedial Congressional Map