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Prisons and Redistricting

Legislation advancing in the General Assembly would assign state prison inmates to their last known address instead of where they are incarcerated. Map and charts below show location of current prison headcount and which districts would stand to lose population after the 2020 Census if the bill were to become law.

Major Prison Facilities

Prison Population by Legislative District

Louise Lucas (SD 18) Frank Ruff (SD 15) Ben Chafin (SD 38) Mark Peake (SD 22) John Cosgrove (SD 14) Emmett Hanger (SD 24) Todd Pillion (SD 40) Ghazala Hashmi (SD 10) Bryce Reeves (SD 17) Ryan McDougle (SD 4) Bill Stanley (SD 20) Amanda Chase (SD 11) Steve Newman (SD 23) 0 2,000 4,000 6,000 8,000 10,000 6,796 5,573 4,222
0 2,000 4,000 6,000 8,000 10,000 Roslyn Tyler (HD 75) Will Morefield (HD 3) Matt Fariss (HD 75) Jay Leftwich (HD 78) Tommy Wright (HD 61) Lee Ware (HD 65) Ronnie Campbell (HD 24) Rob Bell (HD 58) Terry Kilgore (HD 1) Margaret Ransone (HD 99) Nick Freitas (HD 30) Les Adams (HD 16) Israel O'Quinn (HD 5) Will Wampler (HD 4) Jeff Campbell (HD 6) John McGuire (HD 56) James Edmunds (HD 60) Kirk Cox (HD 66) Buddy Fowler (HD 55) Charles Poindexter (HD 9) 9,306 2,402 2,187
Donald McEachin (CD 4) Denver Riggleman (CD 5) Morgan Griffith (CD 9) Abigail Spanberger (CD 7) Ben Cline (CD 6) Rob Wittman (CD 1) 0 2,000 4,000 6,000 8,000 10,000 9,167 7,552 5,636
Note: "Prison population" is defined as the total average institutional daily population (ADP) in Department of Corrections institutions for December 2019.
Source: Virginia Department of Corrections and VPAP Research.