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March 15, 2021
One of the many reasons why there is so much attention being paid to redistricting efforts this year is because it is the first time in nearly 60 years that decennial census-based redistricting will not have the backing of the original Voting Rights Act. In 2013, the US Supreme Court removed a key piece of...
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You voted, now draw your election districts These moments are not only calling for the next election, but the next elections. How districts are drawn will impact election results for the next 10 years. We can impact elections beyond Election Day by advocating for fair election districts, supporting fair representation voting methods, urging consideration of...
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South emerges as flashpoint of brewing redistricting battle Virginia looms as a warning to the GOP — a once solidly Republican state that became a solidly Democratic one as the growing, educated population in the Washington, D.C., suburbs turned against the party. A federal court redrew the state’s maps in 2016 because it found the...
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Prince William County begins redistricting process State code requires localities to redraw magisterial districts every 10 years after the completion of the U.S. Census. Prince William has seven districts, with the board chair selected in a countywide election. The districts are mirrored on the county School Board. Nolan Stout | March 13, 2021
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