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Visualization: 2017 (like 2009) Was an Anomaly

An incumbent running for re-election to the House of Delegates used to be close to a sure thing. Then came wave elections in 2009 and...

Nov. 29, 2017


Visualization: Loss of Institutional Knowledge

Twenty years ago, almost one in three members of the Virginia House of Delegates had at least 15 years of legislative experience. Retirements, elections to...

Nov. 27, 2017


Visualization: Governor's Race Results by Congressional District

VPAP's latest data visualization is an interactive map showing precinct-level results from the November 7 gubernatorial election in the state's 11 congressional distri...

Nov. 20, 2017


Visualization: Standout Precincts in November 2017 Elections

Which precinct had the highest turnout in last Tuesday's elections? Which precincts gave the highest percentage of votes to each statewide candidate? Which precinct saw the the...

Nov. 16, 2017


Lobbyist Registrations

VPAP has posted 17 lobbyist registrations filed with the Virginia Ethics Council since last Thursday: 5 New Lobbyist-Client Relationships12 Renewals Each week, VPAP posts registrations as...

Nov. 16, 2017


Visualization: Rural-Suburban-Urban Divide in Governor's Race

VPAP's latest visualization breaks down the votes for Ralph Northam and Ed Gillespie by urban, suburban, and rural precincts.&n...

Nov. 14, 2017


Highlights from "After Virginia Votes"

More than 240 people turned out last night for a civil conversation between Brad Komar, the campaign manager for Northam for Governor, and Chris Leavitt, the campaign manager...

Nov. 14, 2017


Visualization: In 56 Years, Virginia has Gone from Blue to Red and Back

Here's an interactive Virginia map that let's you see the which localities went Republican or Democratic in each gubernatorial election dating back to 1961. Great for water...

Nov. 14, 2017


Visualization: Gubernatorial Results by State Senate District

VPAP has calculated how well Democrat Ralph Northam and Republican Ed Gillespie did in each of the state's 40 State Senate districts. There's an accompanying chart...

Nov. 13, 2017


Visualization: A Most Diverse Freshman Class

VPAP's latest visualization looks at four metrics — gender, race, age, and education — to compare the 19 new delegates who are expected to be sworn into office...

Nov. 13, 2017

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