Help get Dems on the redistricting record.
Democrats in the General Assembly talk a good game about redistricting, but I fear that a lot of them are going to change their tune once we’ve got a majority. So, with your help, I want to compile a list of Democrats’ positions on redistricting. For each one, I want to get them on the record as to whether they support partisan, bipartisan, or nonpartisan redistricting. If they start changing their tune — as they may well after Election Day — we’ll have them on record, so we can hold their feet to the fire.
What I need from you is to know where your legislator stands on this. Democrat, Republican or independent: anybody can play along. You can post a comment here or e-mail me.
This list will live at this permanent URL, though I include its current incarnation below.
|Jim Shuler||bipartisan, nonpartisan|
|Chuck Colgan||bipartisan 1|
|John Edwards||bipartisan 1|
|Mark Herring||bipartisan 1|
|Edd Houck||bipartisan 1|
|Janet Howell||bipartisan 1|
|Benny Lambert||bipartisan 1|
|Mamie Locke||bipartisan 1|
|Louise Lucas||bipartisan 1|
|Henry Marsh||bipartisan 1|
|Yvonne Miller||bipartisan 1|
|Phil Puckett||bipartisan 1|
|Toddy Puller||bipartisan 1|
|Roscoe Reynolds||bipartisan 1|
|Dick Saslaw||bipartisan 1|
|Patsy Ticer||bipartisan 1|
|Mary Margaret Whipple||bipartisan 1|