After failing to agree on General Assembly districts, Virginia Redistricting Commission moves onto congressional maps
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The process hasn’t been pretty but we have gotten to see how both parties would like to gerrymander the state.
What if we drew a congressional district that united the New River Valley, the Roanoke Valley and Lynchburg?
Here’s what some voters have told the commission. So far, the results are mixed.
Both parties have new redistricting maps. The question isn’t whether seats will be lost, but whose and where.
Democrats need more voters to move to Southwest and Southside Virginia. Their big margins in Northern Virginia don’t help them win legislative seats.
The redistricting commission can’t decide whether to keep Roanoke and Roanoke County separate or combined in a single state Senate district.