Redistricting in Virginia
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 takes place in the first half of 2021. Read our FAQ.

Timeline

January 21
Redistricting Commission held its organizational meeting
April 12
Redistricting Commission Meeting
April 26
Redistricting Commission Meeting
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Commission

Legislative Members

Citizen Members

Age: 37
Occupation: Lawyer
Political donations: $1,550
Democrat
Nominated by Senate Democrats
Gender: Male
Race: Asian
Ethnicity: Non-Hispanic
Income: $75,000 to $100,000
Age: 60
Occupation: Nonprofit executive
Political donations: $9,950
Democrat
Nominated by House Democrats
Gender: Female
Race: Black or African American
Ethnicity: Non-Hispanic
Income: Over $200,000
(Virginia Beach)
Age: 39
Occupation: Anthem employee
Political donations: $986
Democrat
Nominated by House Democrats
Gender: Male
Race: Black or African American
Ethnicity: Non-Hispanic
Income: $100,000 to $200,000
(Alexandria)
Age: 41
Occupation: Strategic planning advisor
Political donations: $1,220
Democrat
Nominated by Senate Democrats
Gender: Male
Race: Multi Race
Ethnicity: Non-Hispanic
Income: $100,000 to $200,000
Age: 36
Occupation: Hanover County prosecutor
Political donations: $125
Republican
Nominated by House Republicans
Gender: Female
Race: White
Ethnicity: Non-Hispanic
Income: Over $200,000
Age: 52
Occupation: Agent with FCC Security Bureau
Political donations: $100
Republican
Nominated by House Republicans
Gender: Male
Race: White
Ethnicity: Hispanic
Income: Over $200,000
Age: 64
Occupation: Former coal exeuctive
Political donations: $927,019
Republican
Nominated by Senate Republicans
Gender: Male
Race: White
Ethnicity: Non-Hispanic
Income: Over $200,000
Age: 74
Occupation: Trucking executive
Political donations: $36,445
Republican
Nominated by Senate Republicans
Gender: Male
Race: White
Ethnicity: Non-Hispanic
Income: Over $200,000