Louisiana’s 5th Congressional District covers most of the northeastern and central portions of the state and much of the northern portions of the Florida parishes. It contains the cities of Monroe and Alexandria, and it is the largest Congressional district in Louisiana geographically (14,451.8 square miles).
Avoyelles, Caldwell, Catahoula, Concordia, East Carroll, East Feliciana, Franklin, Grant, Jackson, LaSalle, Lincoln, Madison, Morehouse, Ouachita, Rapides, Richland, St. Helena, St. Landry, Tangipahoa, Tensas, Washington, West Carroll, West Feliciana, Winn
Alexandria, Bastrop, Bogalusa, Bunkie, Grambling, Marksville, Monroe, Opelousas, Pineville, Ruston, Tallulah, West Monroe, Winnfield, Winnsboro
Amite City, Ball, Boyce, Chatham, Cheneyville, Clayton, Clinton, Colfax, Columbia, Cottonport, Delhi, Dubach, Eros, Evergreen, Ferriday, Franklinton, Glenmora, Greensburg, Independence, Jackson, Jena, Jonesboro, Jonesville, Kentwood, Krotz Springs, Lake Providence, Lecompte, Leonville, Mangham, Mansura, Melville, Montgomery, Newellton, Oak Grove, Olla, Pollock, Port Barre, Rayville, Richwood, Ridgecrest, Roseland, Simmesport, St. Francisville, St. Joseph, Sterlington, Tullos, Urania, Vidalia, Vienna, Waterproof, Wisner, Woodworth
Angie, Atlanta, Baskin, Bonita, Calvin, Choudrant, Clarks, Collinston, Creola, Delta, Dodson, Downsville, Dry Prong, East Hodge, Epps, Forest, Forest Hill, Georgetown, Gilbert, Grayson, Harrisonburg, Hessmer, Hodge, Kilbourne, McNary, Mer Rouge, Moreauville, Mound, North Hodge, Norwood, Oak Ridge, Palmetto, Pioneer, Plaucheville, Quitman, Richmond, Sicily Island, Sikes, Simsboro, Tangipahoa, Tickfaw, Varnado, Wilson
Banks Springs, Bawcomville, Bordelonville, Brownsville, Calhoun, Center Point, Claiborne, Deville, Fifth Ward, Jordan Hill, Joyce, Lakeshore, Midway, Minorca, Monterey, Natalbany, Prospect, Rock Hill, Spokane, St. Maurice, Start, Swartz, Wallace Ridge