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Senate Joint Resolution No. 352 on Redistricting


Redistricting is a contentious issue in United States and Virginia politics. There is always the possibility that the majority party will redraw voting district lines so that they will be more likely to remain in political power. This amendment to the Virginia constitution, drafted by Creigh Deeds, attempts to stop improper redistricting practices. A close reading of the document can show ways that redistricting can be manipulated to influence the outcome of elections.

Source: Creigh Deeds, "Senate Joint Resolution No. 352," Virginia Legislature (accessed November 20, 2008).

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Creigh Deeds, "Senate Joint Resolution No. 352 on Redistricting," in Virginia Civics, Item #60, (accessed January 28, 2022).
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