The Supervisor of Elections was required to redraw precinct lines due to recent special redistricting. Pinellas County is now represented by two U.S. Congressional districts. Additionally, all three State Senate district boundaries changed and all State Senate districts were assigned new numbers.
- Congressional Districts 12, 13 (formerly districts 12, 13, 14)
- State Senate Districts 16, 19, 24 (formerly districts 19, 20, 22)
“Our main objective in this process was to provide our voters with as much continuity as possible by minimizing the number of precinct and polling place changes,” said Supervisor of Elections Deborah Clark.
Efforts to maintain continuity resulted in:
- 89% of the current precincts have the same boundaries
- 98.6% of voters will vote at their current polling places
- The addition of two precincts, increasing the total from 299 to 301
New voter information cards will be mailed in June to all Pinellas County registered voters (approximately 630,000).
“It is important for voters to carefully review the information on their new voter information cards – including name, address and political party affiliation – to make sure it is correct,” Clark said. “The card will provide voters with their voting districts and precinct number, as well as their polling place information."
Voters can also use the Find Your Precinct feature to check their precinct and polling place information and ensure their voter registration information is current.
Additional information on special redistricting: