Redistricting is our opportunity to shape Idaho’s political future for the next ten years. Redistricting won’t just determine who runs for office and where; it will also determine how financial resources are allocated for schools, hospitals, roads and more.
Idahoans must insist that our Independent Redistricting Commission draws fair maps to ensure all Idahoans get the representation and resources they deserve.
When we draw the fair maps, our communities are represented by leaders who know us, who represent our needs, and fight for the resources that our children and families need in order to thrive.
Join CVI today to ensure fair and balanced representation for all Idahoans.
Idaho’s redistricting process will happen quickly. We’ll send you the latest news, information, and opportunities for public input as they become available. It’s going to take all of us to ensure our districts remain fair and balanced.
The Commission for Reapportionment will be holding a series of public hearings across Idaho. This is YOUR opportunity to make your voice heard in the redistricting process. Click on each location for meeting location details and the complete agenda.
ISU Earl R. Pond Student Union Building, Wood River Room – 1065 Cesar Chavez Pocatello, Idaho 83209
Rexburg City Hall Council Chambers – 35 N 1st E, Rexburg, ID 83440
ISU Idaho Falls Campus, Center for Higher Education Building, Room 213 – 1770 Science Center Drive Idaho Falls, ID 83402
How to Provide Effective Testimony
We know it can be hard to think of what to say or how to effectively comment to the redistricting commission. We encourage you to think about your own community and how district lines could either divide your community in two or keep your community intact.
In the redistricting process, Idaho requires the consideration of communities of interest (COIs). Though
currently undefined under state law, a community of interest is typically a population that shares
cultural, historical, or economic interests. Communities do not necessarily share the same political
viewpoints or support for certain candidates or political parties. Add your community to contribute your
voice to the redistricting process.
Learn more about Community of Interests here.
As the redistricting process takes shape in Idaho, the Commission for Reapportionment will be releasing draft maps, as well as maps submitted by the public.
Redistricting Commission Draft Maps*
*These links are to draft maps. Changes may be made at any time by the Commission.