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Redistricting: Check your polling place

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Bloomington Briefing Published June 1, 2022
Updated on November 2, 2022

Every 10 years, cities are required to redraw the boundaries of election districts following the federal census. In March 2022, the Bloomington City Council approved its councilmember districts and precinct boundaries based on the population count of the 2020 Census. An estimated 25% of residents will be voting at new polling places this year.

As the population grows and changes, it is important that district boundaries are distributed evenly, and that the population of each district is equally represented. In July, all registered voters will receive postcards notifying them of their legislative districts and polling places.

The new precinct boundaries will go into effect for the primary election on August 9. View the new maps at Voters are encouraged to visit to look up their polling place location before heading to the polls.