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News from Montana State Legislature

MONTANA — Interactive maps and several summary reports are now available online for the tentative House and Senate districts proposed by the Montana Districting and Apportionment Commission. The tentative map is known as the Tentative Commission Plan 2 (TCP-2). The map reflects the changes adopted by the commission on Dec. 15 before it recessed until Monday. In addition to boundary changes in several regions, the House districts were renumbered to reflect tentatively adopted Senate districts that were created by pairing two House districts together.

The commission will reconvene its work session at Monday at noon to assign 25 holdover senators who were elected in 2022 to Senate districts for the final two years of their terms. 

An in-person and online public hearing on the House and Senate districts and holdover assignments will be held December 21 at 9 a.m. An agenda and registration information for online participation are available online.

For more information about the commission and work visit the commission’s website or contact commission staff.

Visit the commission website at:

Contact commission staff at: or call Rachel Weiss at 406-444-5367 or Joe Kolman at 406-444-3747.


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