Every 10 years, Americans participate in the U.S. Census. (You filled out your census form last year, right?) The information from the Census is then used in conjunction with input
Richmond, Virginia—On Monday, it became clear that Virginian’s hope for a nonpartisan commission, prioritizing communities of people over politics, is rapidly diminishing. The partisan divide began when each political side
Richmond, Virginia—Yesterday, the Virginia Redistricting Commission made its first major decision since its formation. On a 10-4 vote, they decided to hire two partisan lawyers to provide guidance throughout the
We all know that our democracy works best when everyone is able to participate and have their voice heard. Everyone deserves to have the opportunity to vote and have their
RICHMOND, V.A. – Congressman A. Donald McEachin (VA-04) today released the following statement regarding Amendment 1: “This election season, I strongly encourage all Virginians to vote ‘NO’ on Amendment 1.
Election season is coming! We can start voting in just a few weeks, and whether you plan to vote by mail, vote early in person, or vote on Election Day,
Our census form arrived about five days ago, right at the start of our intense social distancing. As millennials, my partner and I have never actually filled out a census
Voting is kind of my thing. Election Day is my favorite day of the year. I love the action. I love what all of us together raising our voices symbolizes.
Delegate Marcia Price was joined by voting rights advocates to discuss HB1256, proposed legislation to create an independent Virginia redistricting commission. An independent commission to handle the 2021 redistricting is
HB1256 protects communities of color and public input while reforming the map-drawing process to ensure every voter has an equal voice. Delegate Marcia Price was joined this morning by voting