List of United States Congressional districts
This is a complete list of congressional districts for representation in the United States House of Representatives. The quantity and boundaries of districts are determined after each census, although in some cases states have changed the boundaries more than once per census. This list includes the 435 current U.S. House districts.
As of the 2000 census, each district has an average population of 630,070 people; the smallest district (495,304 people) is the at large district of Wyoming, the largest is the at large district of Montana (905,316). Seven states with relatively smaller populations have only a single (at large) district: Alaska, Delaware, North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Vermont, and Wyoming.
District of Columbia
- DC-AL (Non-voting)
Note: Texas redrew its districts after the 2000 census, for the 108th Congress and again in 2003 for the 109th Congress (see 2003 Texas redistricting). This list and map reflect the most recent (109th Congress) redistricting.
- United States House of Representatives, American Samoa At Large
- United States House of Representatives, District of Columbia At Large
- United States House of Representatives, Guam At Large
- United States House of Representatives, Puerto Rico At Large
- United States House of Representatives, Virgin Islands At Large