Who Represents 33 House Districts that Could be Redrawn?


If a federal court ruling stands, the House of Delegates would have to redraw 11 districts to reduce the high concentration of African-American voters. The tables below show the partisan tendencies and racial composition of districts stretching from Richmond to Norfolk -- of the 11 districts and 22 adjoining districts.

View a map of the affected and adjacent districts:



Districts Subject to Court Order

District &
Incumbent
2017 Gubernatorial
Election Results 
Percent
Black
71 - Jeff Bourne (D) 60%
69 - Betsy Carr (D) 59%
89 - Jay Jones (D) 59%
70 - Delores McQuinn (D) 59%
90 - Joe Lindsey (D) 60%
92 - Jeion Ward (D) 63%
77 - Cliff Hayes (D) 61%
95 - Cia Price (D) 63%
74 - Lamont Bagby (D) 61%
80- Matthew James (D) 59%
63 - Lashrecse Aird (D) 60%

 

Adjoining Districts Represented by Republicans

District &
Incumbent
2017 Gubernatorial
Election Results 
Percent
Black
97 - Chris Peace 11%
61 - Tommy Wright 34%
66 - Kirk Cox 18%
64 - Emily Brewer 25%
55 - Buddy Fowler 17%
81 - Barry Knight 19%
78 - Jay Leftwich 17%
96 - Brenda Pogge 15%
91 - Gordon Helsel 21%
62 - Riley Ingram 26%
76 - Chris Jones 26%
83 - Chris Stolle 17%
27 - Roxann Robinson 20%
100 - Rob Bloxom 30%
94 - David Yancey 23%

 

Adjoining Districts Represented by Democrats

District &
Incumbent
2017 Gubernatorial 
Election Results 
Percent
Black
79 - Steve Heretick 31%
93 - Mike Mullin 25%
68 - Dawn Adams 8%
75 - Roslyn Tyler 56%
72 - Schuyler VanValkenburg 14%
73 - Debra Rodman 15%
85 - Cheryl Turpin 21%

 

July 2, 2018

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