New Mexico Congressional District Map

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE Economics and Statistics Administration U.S. Census Bureau Prepared by the Geography Division
Map Legend
Congressional districts are those in effect for the 114th Congress of the United States (January 2015-2017);
all other legal boundaries and names are as of January 1, 2010. The boundaries shown on this map are for
Census Bureau statistical data collection and tabulation purposes only; their depiction and designation for
statistical purposes does not constitute a determination of jurisdictional authority or rights of ownership or
entitlement.
For general information, contact the Congressional Affairs Office at (301) 763-6100. For more information
regarding congressional district plans as a result of the 2010 Census, redistricting, and voting rights data,
contact the Census Redistricting Data Office at (301) 763-4039 or www.census.gov/rdo. For information
regarding other U.S. Census Bureau products, visit www.census.gov.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau’s MAF/TIGER database (TAB10)
Projection: State-based Alber’s Equal Area
Labels for places located within more than one Congressional District include a ‘*’.
OLYMPIA
Congressional District Boundary
2
Congressional District Area
State or Statistically Equivalent Entity
KANSAS
County or Statistically Equivalent Entity
ERIE
44
Interstate Highway
Water Body
Lake
Champlain
Lake
Champlain
Turley
Collinsville
Incorporated Place with 750 or More People
Other Selected Place
State Capital
Number of Congressional Districts by State
TX
(36)
MT
(1)
CA
(53)
AZ
(9)
NV
(4)
NM
(3)
CO
(7)
ID
(2)
OR
(5)
KS
(4)
UT
(4)
WY
(1)
NE
(3)
SD
(1)
MN
(8)
OK
(5)
ND
(1)
IA
(4)
MO
(8)
AL
(7)
WI
(8)
AR
(4)
WA
(10)
LA
(6)
GA
(14)
FL
(27)
MS
(4)
IL
(18)
KY
(6)
TN
(9)
IN
(9)
NC
(13)
NY
(27)
PA
(18)
SC
(7)
OH
(16)
MI
(14)
VA
(11)
ME
(2)
WV
(3)
VT
(1)
MD (8)
NH
(2)
MA (9)
NJ (12)
CT (5)
DE (1)
RI (2)
AK
(1)
HI
(2)
Apportionment based on the 2010 Census.
Population Density: 2010
New Mexico Profile
U.S. density of 88.4 people per square mile includes
Puerto Rico.
Source: 2010 Census
Housing
901,388
87.8%
68.5%
31.5%
12.2%
Total Housing Units:
Percent Occupied:
Percent Owner-Occupied:
Percent Renter-Occupied:
Percent Vacant:
Population
Total Population:
Age - Under 5:
Age - 5 to 17:
Age - 18 to 24:
Age - 25 to 39:
Age - 40 to 54:
Age - 55 to 64:
Age - 65+:
Percent Male:
Percent Female:
Persons per Square Mile:
2,059,179
144,981
373,691
203,539
390,548
417,229
256,936
272,255
49.4%
50.6%
17.0
121,298.15
0.7%
99.3%
Total Land Area (square miles):
Percent Land Area - Urban:
Percent Land Area - Rural:
Land
Geographic Entity Tallies
25
3
42
70
33
0
102
341
372
499
American Indian Reservations/
Off-Reservation Trust Lands:
Congressional Districts:
State Legislative Districts - Upper House:
State Legislative Districts - Lower House:
Counties/Statistically Equivalent Entities:
Minor Civil Divisions (Governmental):
Incorporated Places:
Census Designated Places:
ZIP Code Tabulation Areas:
Census Tracts:
Population: 1970 to 2010
4,000.0 to 12,458.6
500.0 to 3,999.9
88.4 to 499.9
30.0 to 88.3
5.0 to 29.9
1.0 to 4.9
Less than 1.0
County Boundary
New Mexico Mean Center
of Population
People per Square Mile
by Census Tract
U.S. density is
88.4
2010
2000
1990
1980
1970
1,819,046
1,515,069
1,302,894
1,016,000
2,059,179
MEXICO
TEXAS
UTAH
COLORADO
ARIZONA
OKLAHOMA
1
3
2
Elephant
Butte
Reservoir
DE
BACA
COLFAX
LEA
LINCOLN
CATRON
DOÑA
ANA
ROOSEVELT
SAN
MIGUEL
UNION
VALENCIA
TORRANCE
SANDOVAL
QUAY
OTERO
TAOS
McKINLEY
BERNALILLO
CHAVES
HARDING
HIDALGO
GUADALUPE
LOS
ALAMOS
SAN
JUAN
LUNA
SOCORRO
SIERRA
CIBOLA
SANTA FE
GRANT
RIO
ARRIBA
CURRY
MORA
EDDY
40
25
10
25
40
10
Corrales*
Rio Rancho*
Edgewood*
Bernalillo*
Capitan
Carrizozo
Ruidoso
Ruidoso Downs
Questa
Taos
Portales*
Las Cruces
Sunland Park
Hatch
Mesilla
Belen
Bosque Farms
Los Lunas
Peralta
Las Vegas
Pecos
Alamogordo
Tularosa
Fort Sumner
Logan
Tucumcari
Santa Rosa
Dexter
Hagerman
Roswell
Farmington
Bloomfield
Aztec
Magdalena
Socorro
Espanola
Elephant Butte
Artesia
Bayard
Hurley
Santa Clara
Silver City
Carlsbad
Loving
Truth or Consequences
Los Ranchos de Albuquerque
Albuquerque*
Clayton
Columbus
Deming
Chama
Grants
Milan
Lordsburg
Lovington
Tatum
Eunice
Hobbs
Jal
Clovis
Texico
Angel Fire
Raton
Springer
Gallup
Estancia
Moriarty
Mountainair
Cimarron
Roy
Eldorado
at Santa Fe
Anthony
Crownpoint
Los Chaves
Zuni Pueblo*
Alamo
Chaparral
North
Valley
South Valley*
North Hobbs
Mimbres
White Rock
High Rolls
Los
Alamos
Lee Acres
Shiprock
Kirtland
SANTA FE
1:1,100,000
Scale:
0 10 20 30 Miles
0 10 20 30 Kilometers
Acoma Pueblo and ORTL 2 San Felipe Pueblo/Santa Ana Pueblo 3
Isleta Pueblo 1,2 San Felipe Pueblo/Santo Domingo Pueblo 3
Jemez Pueblo 3 San Ildefonso Pueblo and ORTL 3
Jicarilla Apache Naon Reservaon and ORTL 3 Sandia Pueblo 1,3
Laguna Pueblo and ORTL 1-3 Santa Ana Pueblo 1,3
Mescalero Reservaon 2 Santa Clara Pueblo 3
Nambe Pueblo and ORTL 3 Santo Domingo Pueblo 3
Navajo Naon Reservaon and ORTL* 1-3 Taos Pueblo and ORTL 3
Ohkay Owingeh 3 Tesuque Pueblo and ORTL 3
Picuris Pueblo 3 Ute Mountain Reservaon and ORTL* 3
Pueblo de Cochi 3
Congressional
DistrictName Name
Congressional
District
American Indian Reservations and Off-Reservation Trust Lands (ORTL) in New Mexico
* Entity is located within more than one state.
Pueblo of Pojoaque and ORTL 3
San Felipe Pueblo 3
Zia Pueblo and ORTL 3
Zuni Reservaon and ORTL* 2,3
114
th
Congress of the United States
NEW MEXICO
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