Interactive: Find Your District

The general election is on Nov. 6, and early voting in Texas is under way. So in effort to remind our readers of their districts, we have revived and revamped the district discovery tool we deployed during this year's redistricting battle, except this time without the comparison to last election's districts.

There are two ways to use this tool. In the text box below, enter your home address (don't worry, we won't store anything you enter here), hit "search" and watch as your state House, state Senate, congressional and State Board of Education district lines appear on the map. Or click on "Just find me!" to let our interactive find you based on your current location. Your district numbers will be listed in the information box in the top right of the map. Click on a number to go to that race's page in our election brackets. And finally, use the checkboxes in the information box to toggle the district lines on and off.

Did the search not place the marker at the right position, or just want to explore? Drag the map icon to a new location and the district search will run again using that position.

Just find me!
Source: Texas Legislative Council | Geocoding provided by Mapquest | Feedback | Follow @TribData on Twitter.
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