Senate Redistricting November 1st sign up link

Posted on 10-30-2021

Delaware State Senate

Senate Session Gallery Access-Monday, November 1, 2021

Every 10 years, states must redraw their legislative districts based on the most recent federal Census data.

This process, known as redistricting, requires the General Assembly to follow a very specific, very technical set of guidelines. There are numerous criteria each district must meet, including containing a relatively similar population size and meeting guidelines concerning contiguity, compactness, communities of interest and observing natural or political boundaries, all while maintaining majority-minority districts.

On Monday, November 1, the General Assembly will convene to consider the redrawn maps.

Slots are available on a first come, first served basis. Doors to the Senate gallery will open at 11:30 am. This sign up will close on the date of Session at 10 AM.

Once registered, please make sure to read the information listed in the confirmation email.

Date: 11/01/2021 (Mon.)

Time: 12:00pm – 4:00pm EDT

Location: Legislative Hall, Senate Gallery



Del. House Releases Legislative District Maps, With A Few Changes

Final maps of 41 Delaware House of Representative districts have been released, days before the General Assembly meets in a special redistricting session to vote on House and Senate district maps in one combined bill.

The maps can be viewed at :

The special session will take place Monday at 2:00 p.m. at Legislative Hall in Dover. If the bill is approved, it would go to Governor John Carney for his signature.

For more about redistricting in Delaware, please click this link:

According to House leaders, a few revisions were made following suggestions from the public and comments made at public hearings concerning the initial draft maps:

-Dove Knoll will remain as a community of interest in the 14th District

-the Peninsula on Indian River Bay community of interest near Long Neck will become part of the new 4th District

-the community of interest between Milford and Frederica will be retained in the 33rd District