Montgomery County: Redistricting by the numbersIn the 2021 redistricting, Montgomery County has some changes. While the entire county will be part of the 15th Congressional District, it’s a much different picture for General Assembly. The county is split up into two Senate and three House districts, as seen below: The only level of government that did not change its district borders is the county board. “We want to do everything possible to make sure each voter’s information is correct,” Leitheiser adds. “[With that information,] they can be successful when they go to the polls.” Voters who do not have their cards or need to update information should contact the County Clerk’s office. The office is located on the first floor of the Montgomery County Historic Courthouse. You can also contact the office by calling (217) 532-9530 or by emailing the office.
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