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Video: Virginia Redistricting Commission Argues Whether There Was “Collusion” By Republicans in Drawing Congressional Map

At this point, it's hard to tell whether or not the Commission will manage to draw new US House maps, or whether this will end up with the VA Supreme Court...

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The Virginia Redistricting Commission is meeting again this morning, and so far there have been some fireworks, specifically over charges by Del. Marcus Simon (D) implying that there might have been “collusion” between former Rep. Tom Davis (R-VA111), the National Republican Redistricting Trust (and its General Counsel, Jason Torchinsky), etc. See below for video and some tweets by @vaplan2018 @samshirazim @ankiitjain992 etc. Fun times, eh?

 

 

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