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Texas | Process

2020 Texas Maps

Last Updated Oct 22, 2021
Cycle 2020

Overview

Texas’ congressional lines are drawn by the state legislature, as a regular statute, subject to gubernatorial veto. The legislature is also primarily responsible for drawing state legislative lines. If it fails to pass a plan, authority falls to a five-member backup commission.

The legislature adopted congressional and state legislative maps on Oct. 18. Gov. Abbott signed the maps into law on Oct. 25, 2021.

Maps

Download proposed and enacted maps, starting with the most recent.

Adopted by Senate

Proposed Date Oct 8, 2021

Level Congress

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Amended proposal (by Senate)

Proposed Date Oct 4, 2021

Level Congress

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Initial proposed draft

Proposed Date Sep 18, 2021

Level Congress

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Plan 2136 (passed House)

Proposed Date Oct 13, 2021

Level State Lower

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