The maps were posted Friday on the General Assembly's website.
It's the first time Georgia Republicans are in control of redistricting and they're aiming to add to their caucus. Democrats vow to oppose the GOP plans, which they claim unfairly target some of their members.
Redistricting is required every 10 years to adjust to new census data.
Georgia gained more than 1 million residents and picks up a congressional seat this year, expected to be created in north Georgia. South Georgia's shrinking population will likely mean a loss of representation for the region.
The congressional redistricting map hasn't been released.
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