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Redistricting Reform

Currently, our state legislators get the opportunity to draw their down districts once every 10 years after the census is taken. As a result, whichever party is in control tends to draw the maps to benefit them when it comes to demographics and voting trends. As a result, we often get either large, sprawling districts with little in common, or strange-looking districts that separate communities from each other.

To fix this, we need a nonpartisan, independent body in charge of drawing these lines. Concepts of compactness, fairness, and keeping communities together should be used. OneVirginia 2021 has great information on this issue and how we can fix it.

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