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Population and Geography based on 2020 census
David Hechtman
This plan splits Fairfax County's Woodburn precinct (#717) in half - potentially disadvantaging a community who must use or cross I-495 to access Metro, public schools, and even the nearest supermarket and post office.
Joel Galloway
Every map this commission has released so far from 10/13 has the black population too low for district 4. 38% is too low. You should aim for 40%. You can do this by removing white majority precincts in Richmond and adding Brunswick county. Minority representation is more important than maintaining county lines.
Sam Shirazi
I do not believe that District 4 has a sufficient African-American population, and it is possible to draw it in a better way. It should include Brunswick County to increase its African-American population. District 3 does not need to stretch into Suffolk and Franklin, and it is possible for that district to have sufficient African-American population based just on Newport News, Hampton, Norfolk, Chesapeake, and Virginia Beach. The map I submitted Map # 221 was does this.