Last week the Virginia Supreme Court released proposed redistricting maps for Congress, House of Delegates, and the State Senate. They may be viewed here.
The court will hear virtual comments from the public on December 15th and 17th. How to participate in live virtual comments here. The court will also accept written comments submitted by December 20th at 1:00 pm.
>>>The Court will continue to receive written comments from the public, including elected officials, and to post them on the Courtâ€™s public website. Comments on maps proposed by Special Masters may be made directly on the interactive maps by clicking on the appropriate link on the Courtâ€™s website. (Here)
All other public comments, including those made by elected officials, should be submitted to [email protected] and will be posted and accessible through the â€œPublic Commentsâ€ link on the Courtâ€™s website and must be germane to the topic of Virginia redistricting.
Written comments must be submitted by 1:00 pm on December 20, 2021. Written comments submitted after 1:00 pm on December 20, 2021, will not be reviewed by the Court or its Special Masters.<<<
An interesting and insightful analysis of the proposed districts is here, “Some of these proposed districts are a mess”. I must agree with the author. The proposed 6th district has two Congressmen, Ben Cline and Morgan Griffith and the proposed 9th district has none. The proposed 10th district is rural except for eastern Loudoun. That part of Loudoun has much more in common with the proposed 11th district. Read the entire article, you will learn a lot about the proposed districts. Then send your comments to the court.