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Congressional Districts for Political advertising in Illinois.
Territory: 1812–1818 (obsolete since statehood)
At-large: 1818–1833, 1863–1873, 1893–1895, 1913–1949 (obsolete)
1st district: 1833–present
2nd district: 1833–present
3rd district: 1833–present
4th district: 1843–present
5th district: 1843–present
6th district: 1843–present
7th district: 1843–present
8th district: 1853–present
9th district: 1853–present
10th district: 1863–present
11th district: 1863–present
12th district: 1863–present
13th district: 1863–present
14th district: 1873–present
15th district: 1873–present
16th district: 1873–present
17th district: 1873–present
18th district: 1873–2023 (will be obsolete due to the 2020 census)
19th district: 1873–2013 (obsolete since the 2010 census)
20th district: 1883–2003 (obsolete since the 2000 census)
21st district: 1895–1993 (obsolete since the 1990 census)
22nd district: 1895–1993 (obsolete since the 1990 census)
23rd district: 1903–1983 (obsolete since the 1980 census)
24th district: 1903–1983 (obsolete since the 1980 census)
25th district: 1903–1963 (obsolete since the 1960 census)
26th district: 1949–1953 (obsolete since the 1950 census)