What is redistricting?

Redistricting is the process of adjusting voting district lines every 10 years after the release of the U.S. Census. This process is conducted so that all districts have the same number of people and keep communities together that have minority interests in government. Redistricting includes congressional and state legislative districts, but local governments such as boards of supervisors must also redistrict.

County PowerPoint on Redistricting


What were the results of the San Joaquin County state redistricting online poll?

September is 'COI Blitz' Month

What is the California Citizen's Redistricting Commission?

California Citizen's Redistricting Commission Website

What is the San Joaquin County State Redistricting Advisory Group?

The San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors has created a State Redistricting Advisory Group made up of community partners, business groups and non-profits to serve as a facilitator, bring community groups together, and to increase outreach to all of the community about the important state redistricting process.

Where to learn more about redistricting?

San Joaquin County Sample Social Media Posts

Who do I contact for more information?

California Citizen's Redistricting Commission
(916) 323-0323

County Staff:

Glenn Fowler, Project Manager

Jolena Voorhis, Deputy County Administrator

Mo Hatef, Senior Deputy County Administrator