And this is just on our side of the state. Hint: They’re in Danville, Martinsville, Lynchburg, Albemarle and much of Southwest.
Not asking for much, just an end to school disparity and a few other things (such as help for Hurley).
Here are three principles the court should follow.
The Virginia Redistricting Commission is staring failure in the face
Virginia Redistricting Commission faces more confusion over Lynchburg split and accusations of collusion
A bipartisan congressional map would split Lynchburg’s majority Black neighborhood between the 5th and the 6th Districts.
A game of give and take: Virginia Redistricting Commission moves onto congressional maps with a first compromise
No, but it’s possible to draw a competitive district that’s mostly west of the mountains – if you’re willing to do some gerrymandering.
After failing to agree on General Assembly districts, Virginia Redistricting Commission moves onto congressional maps
Did anyone really expect the parties to agree on a plan? Here’s how other states with redistricting commissions avoid partisan gridlock.