I suppose that Florida’s 18th Congressional District, which I inhabit, is not the strangest shaped one in the US, but it surely has to be up there. Its odd shape is not especially visible from the map provided on Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen’s web page, but it can be fully appreciated thanks to the Google map of Florida’s 18th Congressional District provided by GovTrack.
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