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SEE: Re-drawn Oklahoma district maps signed into law by Stitt

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Posted at 1:34 PM, Nov 19, 2021
and last updated 2021-11-22 18:38:48-05

OKLAHOMA CITY — The redistricting proposal for Oklahoma's elected leaders is officially becoming law after approval from Gov. Kevin Stitt on Monday.

The re-drawn congressional and legislative maps have been the subject of multiple special sessions of state representatives this month.

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“I am grateful to members of the Oklahoma Legislature who carried out their constitutional responsibility and redrawing these district maps,” Stitt said in a statement. “Following an open and transparent process that included public input, these maps were passed with majority support in both the House and the Senate and I am pleased to execute the will of Oklahomans by signing these new maps into law.”

Some Oklahoma voters will see the people they're voting for in local elections change as the people represented in each district could switch to another.

Previous State Senate District Map

Approved State Senate District Map

Previous State House of Representatives District Map

Approved State House of Representatives District Map

Previous U.S. Congressional District Map

Approved U.S. Congressional District Map

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