Or, do we really need a state Senate? A case for a unicameral legislature.
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.
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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?
Yes, and it can be very easily done. But will it be?
Southside residents tell Virginia Redistricting Commission why they won’t support drastic changes to their legislative districts.