The Alaska Division of Elections on Tuesday unveiled a new interactive map that allows users to input their address and receive their polling location, precinct and new district.
For many voters, district information has changed due to Alaska’s redistricting process, which used state population data gathered through the 2020 U.S. Census.
Through the redistricting process:
■ Former State Senate District O, which includes the Kenai/Soldotna area and covers the northern half of the Kenai Peninsula and is currently represented by Peter Micciche, is now State Senate District D with borders extended to above Tustumena Lake.
■ Former State House District 30, which covers the Kenai/Soldotna area and is currently represented by Ron Gillham, is now State House District 8.
■ Former State House District 29, which covers the northern Kenai Peninsula and is currently represented by Ben Carpenter, is now State House District 7.
The division’s new interactive map can be accessed on the Division of Elections website at elections.alaska.gov.