Virginia’s new voting maps show promise, room for improvement in process
"Politicians are included in the structure of Virginia’s commission, making it susceptible to political pressure. Some states have redistricting commissions that include partisan politicians, but few commissions fail as completely as Virginia’s did. This year’s non-performance made the case for removing politicians entirely from Virginia’s process if we want to promote a more successful commission in the future (and we should)."
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