Final Maps Unanimously Approved by SCoVA
On December 28, the Supreme Court of Virginia released the final maps for the 2020 – 2021 round of redistricting, as prepared by two Court-appointed special masters. The “Final Order and Approved Maps” are available on the SCoVA web site. The maps were accompanied by a 63 page memo written by the two special masters which explains the reasoning behind their final maps and the choices they had made in revising them after two days of public hearings and a review of public comments.
For your convenience, here are individual links to the approved maps –
- SCV Final House of Delegates Map (interactive)
- SCV Final House of Delegates Map (pdf)
- SCV Final Senate Districts Map (interactive)
- SCV Final Senate Districts Map (pdf)
- SCV Final Congressional District Map (interactive)
- SCV Final Congressional District Map (pdf)
Additional sources of information related to the 2020 – 2021 Redistricting Process
Virginia Public Access Project (VPAP) – Redistricting in Virginia – Enter your address to see how the plans would impact you.
New! “New Voting Maps in Virginia” – 30-minute Radio Conversation with WEHC’s Teresa Keller and Peggy Layne (LWV-Montgomery Co.) and Chris DeRosa, Co-Coordinator, LWV-VA Redistricting Committee. Aired January 5 and 9.
New! Redistricting Report Card from the Princeton Gerrymandering Project on The Virginia 2021 Special Masters’ Final Maps. Released January 3, 2022.
LWV-VA Redistricting Blog – regular reporting by League members of Virginia’s redistricting process from selection of Virginia Redistricting Commissioners in January 2021 to release of final maps by SCoVA on December 28.
Supreme Court of Virginia’s “Redistricting Information” page – includes proposed maps, recordings of public hearings, and public comment emails until 12-20-21 (1 p.m.)