Redistricting and Maps
For information about Congressional and State Legislative Redistricting in Washington contact the Washington Redistricting Commission.
The Mason County Commission created a citizen committee to propose new lines for the County Commissioner Districts. Each of the major political parties proposed two members and those four members selected a fifth, non-voting chair. The five members are Bob Rogers (R), John Piety (D), Linda Prato (D), Phil Wilson (R), and Pete Butkus (Chair). The Auditor’s office is providing staff support and the Public Works Department’s GIS staff is providing technical support. The legal deadline for the Commission to draw new lines is December 31, 2021.
The Committee adopted a draft plan retaining the current commissioner districts. These are the current districts:
County Commissioner Districts (pdf)
There will be a public hearing to gather comments on the draft plan on October 20 at 6 p.m. on Zoom. Those wishing to testify will be limited to three minutes. Use this link:
The committee may meet following the public testimony to finalize their recommendation to the Board of County Commissioners.
Mason County PUD #1 and #3 will both be redrawing their internal commissioner districts during 2021. All other districts in the county with internal districts will have until November 15, 2022, to draw their internal district lines.
Unsure of your local districts and precincts? Registered voters can verify their precinct numbers and view their elected officials by looking up their voter registration using the online Voter Portal. The maps below are provided to give you a better idea of district and precinct boundaries.