Eight incumbent members of Congress were directly affected Thursday by the Florida Supreme Court's ruling that state lawmakers redraw their districts. (Other representatives will likely be indirectly affected by new boundaries.)
Here's what the members of Congress had to say:
Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, R-Miami (District 27)
I look forward to representing the constituents of whatever district the court decides should be drawn up. It has been an incredible experience to have represented every part of Miami-Dade County during my years of public service so in whatever form the district ends up, it will be like coming home again. No worries.
Rep. Carlos Curbelo, R-Miami (District 26)
Since arriving in Washington I have been focused on improving the quality of life in South Florida and making our country stronger. The potential of new district lines is not a distraction for me nor will it diminish my desire to represent and serve the community in which my wife and I are raising our family.
Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart, R-Miami (District 25)
At this stage, I am still reviewing the Florida Supreme Court's opinion, and will be interested to see what the State Legislature will do.