California's 2011 State Assembly Districts

The maps, summaries and reports below are for the current California's State Assembly delegation. There are eighty members in the delegation representing eighty assembly districts.

District Number
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60
61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80

District population statistics, Excel .xls of the tables

County & City splits, Excel .xls files for the city splits and county splits

District boundary files

2010 Census Block, ZIP code and precinct to district equivalencies


District Summaries & Maps:

Please Note: Registration data below are from the 15-Day Close Report for the November 6, 2012 General Election and the race and ethnicity data are from the 2005-2009 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates. 

District 1 (28.5% Democratic, 41.7% Re/publican, 22.9% No Party Preference) - MAP | DETAILED MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.18% or 840 out of 465,674. The ethnicity breakdown in this district is 9.81% Latino, 82.10% White, 1.56% Black, and 2.12% Asian. The 2011 1st Assembly District includes the counties of Siskiyou, Modoc, Shasta, and Plumas. It excludes the counties of Sonoma, Lake, Humboldt, and Del Norte, which were part of 2001 Assembly District. Due to the re-numbering of the districts during the 2011 redistricting process, there is no overlap between the 2011 and 2001 versions of 1st Assembly District. Cities include Redding, Truckee, Yreka, and Colfax.

District 2 (45.4% Democratic, 24.1% Re/publican, 22.9% No Party Preference) - MAP | DETAILED MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is -0.49% or 2,270 out of 465,674.The ethnicity breakdown in this district is 17.96% Latino, 71.47% White, 1.56% Black, and 3.25% Asian. The 2011 2nd Assembly District includes the counties of Del Norte, Trinity, and part of Sonoma. It excludes the counties of Siskiyou, Shasta, Tehama, and Colusa, which were part of 2001 2nd Assembly District. Due to the re-numbering of the districts during the 2011 process, there is no overlap between the 2011 and 2001 versions of 2nd Assembly District. Cities include Santa Rosa, Trinidad, Cloverdale, Eureka, Fortuna, and Rio Dell.

District 3 (31.8% Democratic, 39.4% Re/publican, 21.8% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.71% or 3,309 out of 465,674.The ethnicity in this district is 22.20% Latino, 65.01% White, 2.09% Black, and 6.73% Asian. The 2011 3rd Assembly District includes the counties of Tehama, Glenn, and Sutter, and almost half of Colusa which were not parts of 3rd Assembly District in 2001. The district also includes Butte and Yuba counties. Cities include: Chico, Oroville, Paradise, Yuba City, and Marysville.

District 4 (45.1% Democratic, 25.3% Re/publican, 23.8% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.15% or 711 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 29.26% Latino, 57.79% White, 2.07% Black, and 8.40% Asian.The 2011 4th Assembly District includes the counties of Lake, Yolo, Napa, and approximately more than half of Colusa which were not parts of 4th Assembly District in 2001. Due to the re-numbering of the districts during the 2011 process there is no overlap between the 2011 and 2001 versions of 4th Assembly District. Cities include: Napa, Davis, Dixon, Woodland, and Calistoga.

District 5 (31.0% Democratic, 41.7% Re/publican, 20.5% No Party Preference) - MAP | DETAILED MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is -0.56% or -2,625 out of 465,674.The ethnicity in this district is 25.83% Latino, 66.95% White, 2.03% Black, and 1.95% Asian. The 2011 5th Assembly District includes the majority of El Dorado, Alpine, Mariposa, and Madera counties, which were not parts of 5th Assembly District in 2001. This assembly district also includes Mono, Tuolumne, and Calaveras counties. Cities include: Madera, Chowchilla, Sonora, Jackson, and Amador City.

District 6 (27.7% Democratic, 46.6% Re/publican, 20.7% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.70% or 3,265 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 11.97% Latino, 74.47% White, 2.51% Black, and 8.71% Asian. The 2011 6th Assembly District includes 78% of the population of Placer, approximately one-third of El Dorado County, and 10% of Sacramento County’s population. The majority of the district’s population is derived from the 2011 6th Assembly District which contained portions of the three above counties. Due to the re-numbering of the districts during the 2011 process there is no overlap between the 2011 and 2001 versions of 6th Assembly District. The 2001 version of District 6 was located to the west in Marin. Cities within the 2011 district include: Roseville, Folsom, Rocklin, Lincoln, and Loomis.

District 7 (47.4% Democratic, 23.5% Re/publican, 23.3% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is -0.29% or -1,364 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 26.93% Latino, 43.31% White, 11.08% Black, and 14.66% Asian. The 2011 7th Assembly District is composed of approximately less than one-third of both the counties of Sacramento and Yolo, which were not parts of 7th Assembly District in 2001. Due to the re-numbering of the districts during the 2011 process there is no overlap between the 2011 and 2001 versions of 7th Assembly District. The 2001 version of District 7 was located mostly in Napa County. Cities include Sacramento and West Sacramento.

District 8 (39.8% Democratic, 35.3% Re/publican, 19.4% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is -0.41% or -1,901 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 17.68% Latino, 74.47% White, 8.48% Black, and 9.14% Asian. The 2011 8th Assembly District is comprised of almost one-third of Sacramento County, which was not part of 8th Assembly District in 2001.The 2001 version of District 8 was located mostly in Solano County and part of Yolo County. Cities include Rancho Cordova and Citrus Heights.

District 9 (45.3% Democratic, 29.8% Re/publican, 20.2% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.61% or 2,838 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 26.33% Latino, 61.19% White, 12.72% Black, and 22.20% Asian. This district includes approximately less than one-third of Sacramento and a small portion of San Joaquin County. Includes the cities of Sacramento and Lodi. The 2011 9th Assembly District also includes the cities of Elk Grove and Galt, which were not parts of 9th Assembly District in 2001.

District 10 (53.6% Democratic, 18.4% Re/publican, 22.7% No Party Preference) - MAP | DETAILED MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.03% or out of 156 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 20.76% Latino, 68.67% White, 2.54% Black, and 5.93% Asian. The 2011 10th Assembly District includes all of Marin County and approximately less than half of Sonoma County, which were not parts of 10th Assembly District in 2001. Due to the re-numbering of the districts during the 2011 process there is no overlap between the 2011 and 2001 versions of Assembly District. The 2001 version of District 10 was located in parts of Amador, Sacramento, and El Dorado counties. Cities include: Santa Rosa, Petaluma, San Rafael, Mill Valley, and Larkspur.

District 11 (47.0% Democratic, 26.3% Re/publican, 22.0% No Party Preference) - MAP | DETAILED MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.28% or 1,312 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 27.55% Latino, 44.10% White, 13.22% Black, and 11.39% Asian. This district includes more than half of Solano, a small portion of Contra Costa, and a tiny portion of Sacramento. The 2011 11th Assembly District includes the cities of Fairfield, Suisun, Oakley, and Brentwood, which were not parts of 11th Assembly District in 2001.

District 12 (34.3% Democratic, 42.5% Re/publican, 18.0% No Party Preference) - MAP | DETAILED MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is -0.84% or -3,908 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 34.37% Latino, 53.22% White, 3.08% Black, and 6.49% Asian. The 2011 12th Assembly District is located within a majority of Stanislaus County and a small portion San Joaquin County, which were not parts of 12th Assembly District in 2001. Due to the re-numbering of the districts during the 2011 process there is no overlap between the 2011 and 2001 versions of 12th Assembly District. The 2011 version of District 12 included San Francisco and San Mateo counties. Cities include: Modesto, Turlock, Manteca, Ripon, and Escalon.

District 13 (47.8% Democratic, 29.4% Re/publican, 18.8% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is -0.84% or -3,902 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 40.80% Latino, 27.87% White, 9.85% Black, and 18.49% Asian. The 2011 13th Assembly District consists of the majority of San Joaquin County, which was not a part of 13th Assembly District in 2001. Due to the re-numbering of the districts during the 2011 process there is no overlap between the 2011 and 2001 versions of 13th Assembly District. The 2001 version of District 13 included San Francisco City and County. The 2011 district is comprised of the cities of Stockton, Tracy, and Lodi.

District 14 (51.0% Democratic, 21.3% Re/publican, 23.0% No Party Preference) - MAP | DETAILED MAP 1 | DETAILED MAP 2

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.25% or 1,174 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 25.41% Latino, 44.85% White, 10.37% Black, and 16.26% Asian. The 2011 14th Assembly District includes portions of Solano County, which was not a part of 14th Assembly District in 2001. The 2001 of District 14 included Alameda County. This 2011 district also includes sections of Contra Costa County. Cities include: Concord, Vallejo, Martinez, Benicia, and Walnut Creek.

District 15 (63.5% Democratic, 7.3% Re/publican, 20.5% No Party Preference) - MAP | DETAILED MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.75% or 3,470 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 21.71% Latino, 39.40% White, 16.31% Black, and 19.89% Asian. The 2011 15th Assembly District is comprised of Alameda County and Contra Costa County. The 2001 version of District 15 included Sacramento and San Joaquin counties. Cities include: Berkeley, Hercules, El Cerrito, Albany, and Emeryville.

District 16 (39.3% Democratic, 31.9% Re/publican, 22.4% No Party Preference) - MAP | DETAILED MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.06% or 271 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 10.95% Latino, 64.44% White, 2.71% Black, and 20.10% Asian. The 2011 16th Assembly District includes Contra Costa County, which was not a part of 16th Assembly District in 2001. This district also includes a portion of Alameda County. Cities include: Livermore, San Ramon, Pleasanton, Walnut Creek, and Orinda.

District 17 (58.6% Democratic, 6.3% Re/publican, 30.2% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.39% or 1,827 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 18.86% Latino, 41.29% White, 8.19% Black, and 29.20% Asian. The 2011 17th Assembly District includes San Francisco County, which was not a part of 17th Assembly District in 2001. This district includes part of the city of San Francisco. Due to the re-numbering of the districts during the 2011 process there is no overlap between the 2011 and 2001 versions of 17th Assembly District. The 2001 version of this district included Merced, San Joaquin, and Stanislaus counties.

District 18 (62.0% Democratic, 8.0% Re/publican, 20.4% No Party Preference) -MAP | DETAILED MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.86% or 3,991 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 26.30% Latino, 23.96% White, 23.32% Black, and 23.50% Asian. The 2011 18th Assembly District includes the city of Alameda, which was not a part of 18th Assembly District in 2001. The district includes almost one-third of Alameda County, including the cities of Oakland and San Leandro.

District 19 (52.4% Democratic, 11.3% Re/publican, 32.0% No Party Preference) - MAP | DETAILED MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.45% or 2,093 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 13.85% Latino, 35.14% White, 3.40% Black, and 45.57% Asian. The 2011 19th Assembly District includes approximately half of the county of San Francisco, which was not a part of 19th Assembly District in 2001. This district also includes a small portion of San Mateo County as well as parts of the cities of San Francisco, Daly City, and Colma.

District 20 (53.6% Democratic, 15.5% Re/publican, 22.00% No Party Preference) - MAP | DETAILED MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is -0.93% or -4,312 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 28.77% Latino, 25.82% White, 8.65% Black, and 32.76% Asian. The 2011 20th Assembly District includes a northern portion of Alameda, which was not a part of 20th Assembly District in 2001. It excludes Santa Clara County, which was a part of 20th Assembly District in 2001. Cities include: Hayward, Fremont, and Union City.

District 21 (41.6% Democratic, 35.5% Re/publican, 18.2% No Party Preference) - MAP | DETAILED MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is -0.94% or -4,373 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 54.25% Latino, 33.56% White, 3.58% Black, and 6.40% Asian. The 2011 21th Assembly District includes almost half of Stanislaus County and all of Merced County, which were not parts of 21th Assembly District in 2001. Cities include: Merced, Modesto, Atwater, Patterson, and Ceres. Due to the re-numbering of the districts during the 2011 process there is no overlap between the 2011 and 2001 versions of 21th Assembly District. The 2001 version of this district included San Mateo and Santa Clara counties.

District 22 (50.2% Democratic, 19.5% Re/publican, 26.4% No Party Preference) - MAP | DETAILED MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is -0.63% or -2,940 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 23.36% Latino, 48.00% White, 2.10% Black, and 23.40% Asian. The 2011 22th Assembly District is located within a majority of San Mateo County, which was not a part of 22th Assembly District in 2001. Cities include: San Mateo, Redwood City, San Bruno, Belmont, and Millbrae.

District 23 (33.8% Democratic, 42.7% Re/publican, 18.0% No Party Preference) - MAP | DETAILED MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.54% or 2,511 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 32.19% Latino, 48.60% White, 5.49% Black, and 11.27% Asian. The 2011 23th Assembly District is located in nearly half of Fresno County and a small portion of Tulare County, which were not parts of 23th Assembly District in 2001. The cities in this district include Fresno and Clovis. Due to the re-numbering of the districts during the 2011 process there is no overlap between the 2011 and 2001 versions of 23th Assembly District. The 2001 version of District 21 was comprised of Santa Clara County and the city of San Jose.

District 24 (47.4% Democratic, 19.8% Re/publican, 29.4% No Party Preference) - MAP | DETAILED MAP

The deviation from the ideal population of is -0.23% or -1,075 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 20.05% Latino, 47.40% White, 3.01% Black, and 27.23% Asian. The 2011 24th Assembly District includes a small portion of San Mateo County, which was not a part of 24th Assembly District in 2001. The district also includes a small portion of Santa Clara. Cities include: Sunnyvale, Los Altos, Palo Alto, Cupertino, and Woodside.

District 25 (44.6% Democratic, 18.4% Re/publican, 31.2% No Party Preference) - MAP | DETAILED MAP 1 | DETAILED MAP 2

The deviation from the ideal population is -0.96% or -4,468 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 19.67% Latino, 24.21% White, 3.08% Black, and 50.74% Asian. The 2011 24th Assembly District is located within a small portion Santa Clara County, which was not a part of 24th Assembly District in 2001. The district also includes a small portion of Alameda County as well as the cities of San Jose, Santa Clara, Fremont, Milpitas, and Newark. Due to the re-numbering of the districts during the 2011 process there is no overlap between the 2011 and 2001 versions of 24th Assembly District.  The 2001 version of this district was comprised of Calaveras, Madera, Mariposa, Mono, Stanislaus and Tuolumne counties.

District 26 (31.2% Democratic, 45.6% Re/publican, 18.2% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.96% or 4,492 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 57.68% Latino, 35.19% White, 1.40% Black, and 3.41% Asian. The 2011 26th Assembly District is located in the county of Tulare and a small portion of Kern County, which were not parts of 26th Assembly District in 2001. The district also includes all of Inyo. Cities include: Visalia, Tulare, Lindsay, Exeter, Woodlake, and Bishop. Due to the re-numbering of the districts during the 2011 process there is no overlap between the 2011 and 2001 versions of 26th Assembly District. The 2001 version of this district included San Joaquin County and Stanislaus County.

District 27 (46.9% Democratic, 18.7% Re/publican, 30.5% No Party Preference) - MAP | DETAILED MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is  -0.34% or -1,571 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 46.28% Latino, 15.72% White, 3.19% Black, and 33.05% Asian. The 2011 27th Assembly District only includes the city of San Jose. It excludes the city of Morgan Hill, which was a part of 27th Assembly District in 2001. This district is comprised of a portion of Santa Clara County.

District 28 (43.14% Democratic, 25.14% Re/publican, 27.99% No Party Preference) - MAP | DETAILED MAP 1 DETAILED MAP 2

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.09% or 416 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 17.41% Latino, 50.40% White, 2.46% Black, and 27.97% Asian. The 2011 28th Assembly District is located within a portion of Santa Clara County. It excludes the counties of Santa Cruz, San Benito, and Monterey, which were also parts of 28th Assembly District in 2001.Cities include: San Jose, Cupertino, Campbell, Saratoga, and Los Gatos.

District 29 (49.09% Democratic, 22.04% Re/publican, 23.29% No Party Preference) - MAP | DETAILED MAP 1 | DETAILED MAP 2

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.04% or 196 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 23.48% Latino, 60.87% White, 2.68% Black, and 10.48% Asian. The 2011 29th Assembly District Is located within sizeable portions of both Santa Cruz and Monterey Counties, which were not parts of 29th Assembly District in 2001. This district also includes a small section of Santa Clara County. Cities: San Jose, Monterey, San City, Watsonville, and Capitola. Due to the re-numbering of the districts during the 2011 process there is no overlap between the 2011 and 2001 versions of 29th Assembly District. The 2001 version of this district included Fresno, Madera, and Tulare counties.

District 30 (53.00% Democratic, 23.89% Re/publican, 19.52% No Party Preference) - MAP | DETAILED MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is -0.05% or -243 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 66.30% Latino, 25.05% White, 1.84% Black, and 5.37% Asian. The 2011 30th Assembly District is located within all of San Benito County and over half of Monterey County, which were not parts of 30th Assembly District in 2001. This district also includes a portion of Santa Cruz County. Cities: Salinas, Watsonville, Gilroy, King City, and Morgan Hill. Due to the re-numbering of the districts during the 2011 process there is no overlap between the 2011 and 2001 versions of 30th Assembly District. The 2001 version of District 30 was comprised of Fresno, Kern, Kings, and Tulare counties.

District 31 (48.52% Democratic, 30.09% Re/publican, 16.95% No Party Preference) - MAP | DETAILED MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.56% or 2,591 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 68.14% Latino, 17.28% White, 4.77% Black, 8.34% Asian. The 2011 31th Assembly District includes the cities of Coalinga and Heron, which were not parts of 31th Assembly District in 2001. This district is comprised of approximately half of Fresno County. Other cities include Parlier, Selma, Fowler, Orange Cove, and Reedley.

District 32 (50.13% Democratic, 30.50% Re/publican, 15.96% No Party Preference) - MAP | DETAILED MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.25% or 1,176 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 68.89% Latino, 19.50% White, 6.46% Black, and 3.53% Asian. The 2011 32th Assembly District includes all of King County, which was not a part of 32th Assembly District in 2001. This district also includes a portion of Kern County. Cities include: Bakersfield, Hanford, Arvin, Avenal, Lemoore, and Wasco.

District 33 (33.43% Democratic, 40.15% Re/publican, 20.01% No Party Preference) - MAP | DETAILED MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.78% or 3,614 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 38.88% Latino, 45.49% White, 9.82% Black, and 3.07% Asian. The 2011 33th Assembly District is located within a portion of San Bernardino County, which was not a part of 33th Assembly District in 2001. Cities include: Victorville, Hesperia, Apple Valley, and Needles. Due to the re-numbering of the districts during the 2011 process there is no overlap between the 2011 and 2001 versions of 33th Assembly District. The 2001 version was located in San Luis Obispo County and Santa Barbara County.

District 34 (28.12% Democratic, 48.43% Re/publican, 18.77% No Party Preference) - MAP | DETAILED MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.24% or 1,106 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 32.87% Latino, 54.05% White, 5.26% Black, and 5.39% Asian. The 2011 34th Assembly District is located in approximately over half of Kern County, which was not a part of 34th Assembly District in 2001. Cities include: Bakersfield, Ridgecrest, Tehachapi, Taft, and Maricopa.

District 35 (34.17% Democratic, 39.60% Re/publican, 20.35% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.36% or 1,660 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 35.71% Latino, 55.68% White, 2.40% Black, and 4.25% Asian. The 2011 35th Assembly District is located within all of San Luis Obispo County and almost half of Santa Barbara County. It excludes the cities of Buellton, Solvang, Goleta, and Santa Barbara and Ventura County, which were parts of 35th Assembly District in 2001. This district is comprised of the cities of Santa Maria, Grover Beach, Morro Bay, Arroyo Grande, and Pismo Beach.

District 36 (37.33% Democratic, 37.58% Re/publican, 15.87% No Party Preference) - MAP | DETAILED MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is -0.57% or -2,636 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 41.60% Latino, 37.67% White, 14.11% Black, and 4.45% Asian. The 2011 36th Assembly District includes a small section of Kern County, which was not a part of 36th Assembly District in 2001. This district also includes small sections of Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties. Cities include Lancaster, Palmdale, and California City.

District 37 (44.28% Democratic, 28.63% Re/publican, 21.60% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.11% or 526 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 37.91% Latino, 53.83% White, 1.54% Black, and 5.09% Asian. The 2011 37th Assembly District includes the city of Santa Buenaventura, which was not a part of 37th Assembly District in 2001. It excludes Los Angeles County, which was part of 37th Assembly District in 2001. This district includes more than half of Santa Barbara County and a sizeable portion of Ventura County. Cities include: Oxnard, Goleta, Fillmore, Ojai, and Buellton.

District 38 (34.06% Democratic, 40.49% Re/publican, 17.96% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.90% or 4,209 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 25.77% Latino, 55.62% White, 3.55% Black, and 13.41% Asian. The 2011 38th Assembly District includes the entire city of Simi Valley, which was partially excluded from 38th Assembly District in 2001. This district includes smaller portions of Ventura County and Los Angeles County. Cities include Santa Clarita, Simi Valley, and Los Angeles.

District 39 (52.69% Democratic, 18.36% Re/publican, 19.54% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.16% or 748 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 68.47% Latino, 20.31% White, 3.30% Black, and 6.84% Asian. The 2011 39th Assembly District includes the city of San Fernando, which was also part of 39th Assembly District in 2001. This district includes a small area of Los Angeles county as well as the city of Los Angeles.

District 40 (38.05% Democratic, 37.35% Re/publican, 19.81% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is -0.69% or -3,204 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 42.34% Latino, 35.57% White, 11.08% Black, and 8.95% Asian. The 2011 40th Assembly District is located within a section of San Bernardino County, which was not part of Assembly District in 2001. It is comprised of the cities of Rancho Cucamonga, San Bernardino, Redlands, Highland, and Loma Linda. The 2001 version of this district was comprised of Los Angeles county and Los Angeles City

District 41 (42.93% Democratic, 32.02% Re/publican, 17.53% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is -0.68% or -3,167 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 30.73% Latino, 46.11% White, 8.49% Black, and 13.00% Asian. The 2011 41th Assembly District includes a small portion of San Bernardino County, which was not part of 41th Assembly District in 2001. It also includes a small portion of Los Angeles County. Cities: Pasadena, Upland, Monrovia, La Verne, and Sierra Madre.

District 42 (33.99% Democratic, 42.42% Re/publican, 18.15% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is -0.58% or -2,722 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 29.92% Latino, 59.56% White, 4.30% Black, and 3.88% Asian. The 2011 42th Assembly District includes parts of the counties of San Bernardino and Riverside, which were not parts of 42th Assembly District in 2001. Cities include: Hemet, Palm Springs, Yucca Valley, Banning, Rancho Mirage, and Palm Desert. The 2001 version of this district was located in Los Angeles County.

District 43 (44.64% Democratic, 25.00% Re/publican, 20.98% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.59% or 2,732 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 23.32% Latino, 55.92% White, 2.22% Black, and 17.24% Asian. The 2011 43th Assembly District includes the city of La Canada Flintridge, which was not a part of 43th Assembly District in 2001. The district includes part of Riverside and San Bernardino counties. Cities include: Glendale, Los Angeles, Burbank, and La Canada Flintridge.

District 44 (38.10% Democratic, 36.68% Re/publican, 20.22% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is -0.73% or -3,403 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 42.55% Latino, 45.30% White, 2.07% Black, 8.69% Asian. The 2011 44th Assembly District includes Ventura County, which was not a part of 44th Assembly District in 2001. This district also includes a tiny portion of Los Angeles County. Cities: Oxnard, Thousand Oaks, Moorpark, and Westlake Village. The 2001 version of this district was located solely in Los Angeles County.

District 45 (48.94% Democratic, 25.68% Re/publican, 17.32% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.45% or 2,092 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 30.38% Latino, 49.86% White, 4.46% Black, and 13.84% Asian. The 2011 45th Assembly District includes the cities of Hidden Hills and Calabasas, which were not parts of 45th Assembly District in 2001.This district includes small portions of Los Angeles and Ventura counties.

District 46 (53.05% Democratic, 17.59% Re/publican, 19.53% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is -0.26% or  -1,233 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 44.39% Latino, 39.98% White, 4.69% Black, and 9.52% Asian. The 2011 46th Assembly District excludes the cities of Vernon, Maywood, and Huntington Park, which were parts of 46th Assembly District in 2001. The district is comprised of a small area of Los Angeles County.

District 47 (49.23% Democratic, 26.10% Re/publican, 20.47% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.98% or 4,583 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 68.74% Latino, 14.28% White, 10.89% Black, and 4.64% Asian. The 2011 47th Assembly District is located within a portion of San Bernardino County, which was not a part of 47th Assembly District in 2001. Cities include: Fontana, Rialto, San Bernardino, Colton, and Grand Terrace. The 2001 version of District 47 included Los Angeles County and Culver City.

District 48 (46.48% Democratic, 27.38% Re/publican, 18.26% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is -0.93% or -4,328 out of 65,674. The ethnicity in this district is 64.04% Latino, 19.40% White, 2.66% Black, and 12.86% Asian. The 2011 48th Assembly District includes the cities of Baldwin Park, Irwindale, Azusa, Glendora, and Covina, which were not parts of 48th Assembly District in 2001. This district is comprised of a small area of Los Angeles County.

District 49 (40.96% Democratic, 24.02% Re/publican, 26.97% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is -0.67% or -3,129 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 32.47% Latino, 12.50% White, 0.86% Black, and 53.33% Asian. The 2011 49th Assembly District includes the cities of Arcadia and Temple City, which were not parts of 49th Assembly District in 2001. This district includes a small area of Los Angeles County and other cities like San Gabriel, Alhambra, Temple City, and Montebello.

District 50 (52.07% Democratic, 18.35% Re/publican, 19.82% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.94% or 4,374 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 12.00% Latino, 71.25% White, 4.15% Black, and 11.08% Asian. The 2011 50th Assembly District includes the cities of West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, and Santa Monica, which were not parts of 50th Assembly District in 2001.  This small area of Los Angeles County also includes the cities of Agoura Hills and Malibu.

District 51 (59.58% Democratic, 11.90% Re/publican, 19.69% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is -0.01% or -31 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 73.60% Latino, 10.91% White, 2.33% Black, and 14.28% Asian. The 2011 51th Assembly District includes the city of Los Angeles, which was not a part of 51th Assembly District in 2001.  This district is comprised of a small area of Los Angeles County.

District 52 (47.38% Democratic, 27.23% Re/publican, 19.50% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.00% or 4 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 68.08% Latino, 17.22% White, 5.99% Black, and 7.42% Asian. The 2011 52th Assembly District includes  San Bernardino County, which was not a part of 52th Assembly District in 2001. This district also includes a portion of San Bernardino County and is comprised of Ontario, Pomona, Chino, and Montclair. The 2001 version of this district was comprised of Los Angeles County and included the cities of Compton, Paramount, and Long Beach.

District 53 (58.61% Democratic, 11.19% Re/publican, 19.89% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is  -0.38% or -1,758 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 68.32% Latino, 7.23% White, 5.23% Black, and 18.25% Asian. The 2011 53th Assembly District includes the cities of Vernon and Huntington Park, which was not a part of 53th Assembly District in 2001. This district is comprised of a small area of Los Angeles County.

District 54 (63.22% Democratic, 11.02% Re/publican, 16.67% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.17% or 771 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 30.50% Latino, 29.45% White, 25.20% Black, and 12.73% Asian. The 2011 54th Assembly District includes Culver City, which was not a part of 54th Assembly District in 2001. This district includes a small area of Los Angeles County as well as the city of Inglewood.

District 55 (31.39% Democratic, 40.19% Re/publican, 22.83% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is -0.85% or -3,978 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 29.99% Latino, 34.05% White, 2.68% Black, and 31.91% Asian. The 2011 55th Assembly District includes the cities of Diamond Bar, Chino Hills, Yorba Linda, and Brea, which were not parts of 55th Assembly District in 2001.  This district is comprised of parts of Orange, Los Angeles, and San Bernardino counties.

District 56 (48.73% Democratic, 29.33% Re/publican, 18.03% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is -0.08% or -372 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 71.80% Latino, 21.92% White, 3.14% Black, and 1.92% Asian. The 2011 56th Assembly District includes the counties of Imperial and Riverside, which were not parts of 56th Assembly District in 2001.Cities include: Indio, El Centro, Blythe, Holtville, and Calexico. Due to the re-numbering of the districts during the 2011 process there is no overlap between the 2011 and 2001 versions of 56th Assembly District. The 2001 version of this district was located in Los Angeles and Orange counties.

District 57 (47.67% Democratic, 27.47% Re/publican, 17.47% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.04% or 171 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 67.74% Latino, 18.18% White, 1.65% Black, and 11.39% Asian. The 2011 57th Assembly District includes the cities of Whittier, La Habra Heights, Norwalk, and La Mirada, which were not parts of 57th Assembly District in 2001. This small area of Los Angeles County also includes La Puente, Industry, and Santa Fe Springs.

District 58 (53.01% Democratic, 21.50 % Re/publican, 18.18% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.55% or 2,584 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 67.16% Latino, 13.15% White, 4.56% Black, and 13.91% Asian. The 2011 58th Assembly District includes the cities of Bellflower, Artesia, Cerritos, Bell Gardens, and Commerce, which were not parts of 58th Assembly District in 2001. This small area of Los Angeles County also includes the cities of Downey, Pico Rivera, and Montebello.

District 59 (69.80% Democratic, 6.61% Re/publican, 15.24% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is -0.11% or -506 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 75.00% Latino, 2.60% White, 19.38% Black, and 2.05% Asian. The 2011 59th Assembly District includes the cities of Los Angeles and Huntington Beach, which were not parts of 59th Assembly District in 2001. This district is comprised of a small area of Los Angeles County. The 2001 version of this district was also comprised of San Bernardino County.

District 60 (35.53% Democratic, 40.94% Re/publican, 18.90% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.99%. of 4,613 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 52.52% Latino, 31.62% White, 5.53% Black, and 8.60% Asian. The 2011 60th Assembly District is located in a portion of Riverside County, which was not part of 60th Assembly District in 2001. Cities include Corona, Riverside, and Norco. Due to the re-numbering of the districts during the 2011 process there is no overlap between the 2011 and 2001 versions of 60th Assembly District. The 2001 version of District 60 was comprised of Los Angeles, Orange, and San Bernardino counties.

District 61 (43.93% Democratic, 36.44% Re/publican, 15.62% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 1.00% or 4,651 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 52.28% Latino, 25.80% White, 12.82% Black, and 7.10% Asian. The 2011 61th Assembly District is located in a portion of Riverside County, which was not part of 61th Assembly District in 2001. Cities include Moreno Valley, Riverside, and Perris. The 2001 version of this district included the counties of Los Angeles and San Bernardino.

District 62 (60.76% Democratic, 14.06% Re/publican, 16.61% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.22% or 1,039 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 43.23% Latino, 22.84% White, 25.26% Black, and 6.50% Asian. The 2011 62th Assembly District includes the cities of El Segundo, Lawndale, Hawthorne, Inglewood, and Gardena, which were not parts of 62th Assembly District in 2001. This district is comprised of a small area of Los Angeles County. The 2001 version of this district was located primarily in San Bernardino County.

District 63 (57.24% Democratic, 17.50% Re/publican, 17.38% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is -0.97% or -4,521 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 74.20% Latino, 11.13% White, 7.42% Black, and 5.71% Asian. The 2011 63th Assembly District includes the cities of Lakewood, Paramount, and Lynwood, which were not parts of 63th Assembly District in 2001. This small area of Los Angeles County also includes the cities of Long beach, Maywood, Cudahy and Hawaiian Gardens. The 2001 version of District 63 was located in Riverside and San Bernardino counties.

District 64 (67.23% Democratic, 10.22% Re/publican, 15.23% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.16% or 726 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 62.24% Latino, 3.30% White, 25.64% Black, and 6.68% Asian. The 2011 64th Assembly District includes the cities of Carson and Compton, which were not parts of 64th Assembly District in 2001. This district is comprised of a small area of Los Angeles County and also includes the city of Long Beach. The 2001 version of this district was located in Riverside County.

District 65 (36.12% Democratic, 35.90% Re/publican, 23.41% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is -0.89% or -4,164 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 38.85% Latino, 31.01% White, 3.06% Black, and 25.27% Asian. The 2011 65th Assembly District includes the cities of Cypress, Buena Park, Fullerton, and Stanton, which were not parts of 65th Assembly District in 2001. This portion of Orange County is also comprised of the cities of Anaheim, La Palma, and Garden Grove. The 2001 version of this district was located in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties.

District 66 (39.51% Democratic, 33.94% Re/publican, 18.62% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.44% or 2,071 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 21.02% Latino, 46.33% White, 4.84% Black, and 24.73% Asian. The 2011 66th Assembly District includes the cities of Rolling Hills, Lomita, Torrance, and Hermosa Beach, which were not parts of 66th Assembly District in 2001. This small area of Los Angeles County also includes Redondo Beach, Palos Verdes Estates, and Manhattan Beach. The 2001 version of this district was comprised of Riverside and San Diego counties.

District 67 (28.83% Democratic, 45.73% Re/publican, 19.79% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is -0.62% or -2,905 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 34.68% Latino, 50.85% White, 5.25% Black, and 7.06% Asian. The 2011 67th Assembly District includes the cities of Murietta, Lake Elsinore, and Menifee, which were not part of 67th Assembly District in 2001. This portion of Riverside County also includes the cities of Wildomar, Hemet, and Canyon Lake. The 2001 version of this district was located primarily in Orange County.

District 68 (28.50% Democratic, 44.41% Re/publican, 22.62% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is -0.56% or -2,621 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 28.07% Latino, 48.63% White, 1.78% Black, and 19.99% Asian. The 2011 68th Assembly District includes the cities of Tustin, Anaheim, Villa Park, and Lake Forest, which were not parts of 68th Assembly District in 2001.   This portion of Orange County also includes the cities of Lake Forest and Irvine.

District 69 (49.29% Democratic, 26.16% Re/publican, 20.78% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is -0.08% or -357 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 76.14% Latino, 12.14% White, 1.46% Black, and 9.26% Asian. The 2011 69th Assembly District includes  the city of Anaheim, which was also part of 69th Assembly District in 2001.Other cities in this Orange County section include Santa Ana, Garden Grove, and Orange.

District 70 (49.71% Democratic, 23.03% Re/publican, 17.08% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.61% or 2,840 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 38.71% Latino, 35.12% White, 10.83% Black, and 12.80% Asian. The 2011 70th Assembly District includes the cities of Long Beach and Signal Hill, which were not parts of 70th Assembly District in 2001.  This small area of Los Angeles County also includes the city of Avalon. The 2001 version of District 70 was located primarily in Orange County.

District 71 (28.76% Democratic, 44.10% Re/publican, 21.39% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is -0.66% or -3,090 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 20.46% Latino, 63.94% White, 4.69% Black, and 4.35% Asian. The 2011 71th Assembly District includes the counties of San Diego and Riverside, which were not parts of 71th Assembly District in 2001. This district includes the cities of El Cajon and Santee.  The 2001 version of this district was comprised of Orange County rather than San Diego.

District 72 (31.50% Democratic, 41.29% Re/publican, 22.60% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.91% or 4,259 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 25.67% Latino, 38.67% White, 1.15% Black, 32.81% Asian. The 2011 72th Assembly District includes the cities of Seal Beach, Westminster, and Garden Grove, which were not parts of 72th Assembly District in 2001. This portion of Orange County also includes the cities of Huntington Beach, Fountain Valley, Santa Ana, and Seal Beach.

District 73 (25.33% Democratic, 47.67% Re/publican, 22.15% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is -0.98% or -4,573 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 18.05% Latino, 68.98% White, 1.45% Black, and 10.03% Asian. The 2011 73th Assembly District includes the cities of Mission Viejo and Rancho Santa Margarita, which were not parts of 73th Assembly District in 2001. This portion of Orange County also includes the cities of Laguna Niguel, San Clemente, Dana Point, and Laguna Hills.

District 74 (29.04% Democratic, 41.34% Re/publican, 24.53% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.98% or 4,574 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 15.44% Latino, 63.16% White, 1.34% Black, and 18.46% Asian. The 2011 74th Assembly District includes the cities of Newport Beach, Irvine, Huntington Beach, and Costa Mesa, which were not parts of 74th Assembly District in 2001.This portion of Orange County also includes the cities of Laguna Woods and Laguna Beach. The 2001 version of this district was located primarily in San Diego County.

District 75 (26.05% Democratic, 46.10% Re/publican, 22.38% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is -0.03% or -126 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 35.44% Latino, 51.53% White, 2.72% Black, and 7.93% Asian. The 2011 75th Assembly District includes the city of San Marcos, which was not a part of 75th Assembly District in 2001. This district is comprised of portions of San Diego and Riverside counties. Other cities include Temecula and Escondido.

District 76 (30.73% Democratic, 38.85% Re/publican, 25.04% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.63% or 2,953 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 29.33% Latino, 57.89% White, 3.50% Black, and 6.75% Asian. The 2011 76th Assembly District includes the cities of Oceanside, Vista, Carlsbad, and Encinitas, which were not parts of 76th Assembly District in 2001. This district is comprised of a portion of San Diego County.

District 77 (30.21% Democratic, 37.93% Re/publican, 27.32% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is -0.35% or -1,608 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 12.47% Latino, 57.53% White, 3.06% Black, 24.89% Asian. The 2011 77th Assembly District located in San Diego County includes the city of Poway, which was not a part of 77th Assembly District in 2001.

District 78 (40.21% Democratic, 25.91% Re/publican, 28.28% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is -0.81% or -3,789 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 18.45% Latino, 64.64% White, 4.52% Black, and 10.30% Asian. The 2011 78th Assembly District excludes the city of Lemon Grove, which was a part of 78th Assembly District in 2001. This section of San Diego County includes the cities of Imperial Beach, Coronado, Solano Beach, and Del Mar.

District 79 (42.43% Democratic, 27.73% Re/publican, 24.94% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is 0.16% or 742 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 33.83% Latino, 33.47% White, 10.97% Black, and 18.96% Asian. The 2011 79th Assembly District includes the cities of Lemon Grove and La Mesa, which were not parts of Assembly District in 2001.This portion of San Diego County also includes the cities of Chula Vista, San Diego, and National City.

District 80 (48.16% Democratic, 20.58% Re/publican, 26.80% No Party Preference) - MAP

The deviation from the ideal population is -0.23% or -1,072 out of 465,674. The ethnicity in this district is 67.71% Latino, 14.32% White, 6.46% Black, and 9.82% Asian. The 2011 80th Assembly District includes the cities of Chula Vista and National City, which were not parts of 80th Assembly District in 2001. This district is comprised of a section of San Diego County.




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