Governor DeSantis vetoed both maps passed by the Florida Legislature last month for the redistricting of the 28 US Congressional Districts for the state. Florida gained a seat due to the increased population data from the census. Redistricting occurs every 10 years.
DeSantis called for a special legislative session beginning April 19th to give them another opportunity to come up with a map he will support. On Monday the Legislature announced that they would not be drafting any new maps, leaving it up to the Governor to submit his own which they will support.
The link to the detailed map is here.
“We are awaiting a communication from the Governor’s Office with a map that he will support. Our intention is to provide the Governor’s Office opportunities to present that information before House and Senate redistricting committees,” legislative leaders said in a Monday memo.