Hundreds of thousands of voters were shifted in the new California election districts drawn by the state’s independent redistricting commission.
The new district lines take effect once the newly elected officials take office after the November 2022 General Election. Until then, constituents are still represented by the elected officials occupying those offices.
Previously, Oceanside was in California State Assembly District 76. Oceanside is represented by Assembly Member Tasha Boerner Horvath until November 2022. The new maps drawn in 2022 put Oceanside in State Assembly District 74 in November 2022.
Previously, Oceanside was in California State Senate District 36. Oceanside is represented by State Senator Pat Bates until November 2022. The new maps drawn in 2022 put Oceanside in State Senate District 38 in November 2022.
The most populous state in America, California currently has 435 representatives in Congress. Previously, Oceanside was in Congressional District 49 and the new maps keep Oceanside in District 49. Oceanside is currently represented by Congressman Mike Levin.
The U.S. Senate is composed of 100 Senators, two for each state. California is currently represented by Senators Dianne Feinstein and Alex Padilla.
San Diego County Supervisor Districts
Oceanside is in San Diego County Supervisor District 5, currently represented by Supervisor Jim Desmond. The re-drawn County Districts keep Oceanside in District 5.
Oceanside Council Districts
The City of Oceanside also went through the redistricting process in 2022. This process occurs every ten years after a census, and is required so that each Council District contains about the same number of people.