On November 7th, Virginians will elect their next governor. The last time Republicans ran the redistricting process in Virginia, they created severely gerrymandered maps that created an unfair advantage for Republicans and diminished the voice of minority voters. We can’t let it happen again.
How Republicans Gerrymandered Virginia
The next governor of Virginia will have the ability to veto any and every map presented by the legislature. Democrat Ralph Northam, a retired army doctor, is running against Republican Ed Gillespie, a DC lobbyist who headed up these Republican gerrymandering efforts across the country in 2011-2012.