Redistricting is the once-a-decade process when boundaries of legislative districts are redrawn to account for population shifts identified in the national Census. A voter-approved constitutional amendment makes a bipartisan group of eight lawmakers and eight citizens responsible for drawing legislative districts. This once-in-a-decade process is taking place now.
Virginia enacted new congressional districts on Dec. 28, 2021, when the Virginia Supreme Court approved a proposal drafted by two special masters the court had appointed. Virginia was apportioned 11 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives after the 2020 census, the same number it received after the 2010 census. This map will take effect for Virginia’s 2022 congressional elections.
The Virginia Redistricting Commission released two statewide congressional map proposals on Oct. 14 and Oct. 15. After the commission missed its deadline for approving map proposals and the Virginia Supreme Court assumed authority over the process, the two special masters released proposals for congressional districts on Dec. 8. - vpap.org
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