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Code of Virginia
Title 24.2. Elections
Chapter 3. Election Districts, Precincts, and Polling Places
6/30/2022

Chapter 3. Election Districts, Precincts, and Polling Places.

Article 1. Joint Reapportionment Committee [Repealed].

§ 24.2-300. Repealed.

Repealed by Acts 2004, c. 1000.

Article 2. Congressional, Senatorial, and House of Delegates Districts.

§ 24.2-302. Repealed.

Repealed by Acts 2001, Sp. Sess. I, c. 7, cl. 2, effective July 19, 2001.

§ 24.2-302.1. Repealed.

Repealed by Acts 2012, c. 1, cl. 2, effective January 25, 2012.

§ 24.2-302.2. Congressional districts.

A. There shall be 11 Virginia members of the United States House of Representatives elected from 11 congressional districts and each district is entitled to one representative.

B. All references in this section to boundaries of counties and cities shall be interpreted to refer to those in existence on April 1, 2011, and as reported by the United States Bureau of the Census in the 2010 Census reports provided pursuant to United States Public Law 94-171, notwithstanding subsequent boundary changes by law, annexation, merger, consolidation, or the voiding of boundary changes theretofore made final.

C. Parts of counties and cities listed in subsection D are defined by reference to the 2010 Census reports for the precincts, parts of precincts, and blocks listed for each congressional district in the Statistical Report for this enrolled House bill on file with the Clerk of the House of Delegates. Precincts shall be interpreted to refer to those in existence on April 1, 2011, and as reported by the United States Bureau of the Census in the 2010 Census reports provided pursuant to United States Public Law 94-171, notwithstanding subsequent changes made by localities.

D. The 11 congressional districts are:

First. All of Caroline, Essex, Gloucester, King and Queen, King George, King William, Lancaster, Mathews, Middlesex, Northumberland, Richmond, Stafford, Westmoreland, and York Counties; all of the Cities of Fredericksburg, Poquoson, and Williamsburg; part of Fauquier County comprised of the Bealeton (303), Catlett (102), Lois (104), and Morrisville (301) Precincts and part of the Remington (302) Precinct; part of James City County comprised of the Berkeley A Part 1 (101), Berkeley A Part 2 (1012), Berkeley B Part 1 (1021), Berkeley B Part 2 (1022), Berkeley C (103), Jamestown A (201), Jamestown B (202), Powhatan A (301), Powhatan B (302), Powhatan C (303), Powhatan D (304), Roberts A Part 1 (5011), Roberts A Part 2 (5012), Roberts C Part 1 (5031), Roberts C Part 2 (5032), Stonehouse A (401), Stonehouse B (402), and Stonehouse C (403) Precincts and part of the Roberts B (502) Precinct; part of Prince William County comprised of the Ashland (309), Bennett (102), Benton (203), Brentsville (101), Bristow Run (111), Cedar Point (112), Ellis (106), Forest Park (310), Glenkirk (408), Henderson (307), Lake Ridge (501), Limestone (113), Lodge (207), Marshall (202), Marsteller (107), McCoart (204), Montclair (308), Mullen (411), Nokesville (104), Park (109), Pattie (305), Penn (210), Powell (211), Quantico (304), Sinclair (404), Stonewall (405), Sudley North (409), Victory (108), Washington-Reid (306), Westgate (407), Westridge (208), and Woodbine (209) Precincts and part of the Buckland Mills (110) Precinct; part of Spotsylvania County comprised of the Battlefield (701), Brent's Mill (702), Grange Hall (303), Hazel Run (302), Plank Road (301), and Summit (401) Precincts and part of the Lee Hill (403) Precinct; and part of the City of Newport News comprised of the Greenwood (110) Precinct.

Second. All of Accomack and Northampton Counties; all of the City of Virginia Beach; part of the City of Hampton comprised of the Asbury (205), Booker (201), Bryan (202), Burbank (203), Langley (209), Phillips (213), Sandy Bottom (216), and Syms (113) Precincts and part of the Machen (210) Precinct; part of the City of Newport News comprised of the Boulevard (202), Charles (203), Deer Park (219), Hidenwood (208), Kiln Creek (218), Nelson (210), Oyster Point (105), Palmer (211), Richneck (107), Riverview (217), Sanford (213), Saunders (319), Sedgefield (315), Watkins (320), Wellesley (204), Windsor (109), and Yates (216) Precincts and parts of the Deep Creek (205), Hilton (209), Riverside (212), and Warwick (215) Precincts; and part of the City of Norfolk comprised of the Azalea Gardens (512), Barron Black (406), Bayview School (501), Crossroads (511), East Ocean View (503), Easton (408), Fairlawn (409), Lafayette (205), Larchmont Library (208), Larchmont Recreation Center (209), Larrymore (504), Little Creek (505), Northside (103), Ocean View Center (506), Ocean View School (102), Oceanair (508), Old Dominion (201), Suburban Park (215), Tarrallton (509), Third Presbyterian (510), Willard (218), and Zion Grace (106) Precincts.

Third. All of Charles City and Surry Counties; all of the Cities of Petersburg and Portsmouth; part of Henrico County comprised of the Adams (201), Antioch (501), Azalea (202), Cedar Fork (502), Central Gardens (206), Chickahominy (503), Donahoe (504), Dorey (505), Eanes (506), Elko (507), Fairfield (208), Glen Lea (209), Highland Gardens (211), Highland Springs (508), Laburnum (509), Maplewood (215), Masonic (510), Mehfoud (511), Montrose (512), Nine Mile (513), Pleasants (514), Ratcliffe (220), Rolfe (519), Sandston (515), Sullivans (516), Town Hall (517), Whitlocks (518), and Wilder (222) Precincts; part of Isle of Wight County comprised of parts of the Bartlett (201), Carrollton (202), and Rushmere (301) Precincts; part of James City County comprised of part of the Roberts B (502) Precinct; part of Prince George County comprised of the Blackwater (202), Bland (201), Brandon (203), and Harrison (105) Precincts and part of the Rives (104) Precinct; part of the City of Hampton comprised of the Aberdeen (101), Armstrong (106), Bassette (102), Bethel (212), City Hall (103), Cooper (104), East Hampton (105), Forrest (204), Hampton Library (111), Jones (116), Kecoughtan (117), Kraft (208), Lindsay (107), Mallory (118), Phenix (109), Phoebus (110), Smith (112), Thomas (108), Tucker Capps (214), Tyler (215), and Wythe (115) Precincts and part of the Machen (210) Precinct; part of the City of Newport News comprised of the Bland (201), Briarfield (302), Carver (303), Chestnut (304), Denbigh (101), Downtown (305), Dunbar (306), Epes (102), Huntington (307), Jefferson (308), Jenkins (103), Lee Hall (108), Magruder (309), Marshall (310), McIntosh (104), Newmarket (311), Newsome Park (312), Reed (313), Reservoir (106), River (314), South Morrison (316), Washington (317), and Wilson (318) Precincts and parts of the Deep Creek (205), Hilton (209), Riverside (212), and Warwick (215) Precincts; part of the City of Norfolk comprised of the Ballentine (301), Berkley (402), Bowling Park (303), Brambleton (403), Campostella (404), Chesterfield (405), Chrysler Museum (211), Coleman Place School (304), Ghent Square (203), Granby (101), Hunton Y (411), Immanuel (204), Ingleside (412), Lafayette-Winona (305), Lambert's Point (207), Lindenwood (306), Maury (210), Norview Methodist (308), Norview Middle School (309), Park Place (212), Poplar Halls (413), Rosemont (310), Sherwood Rec Center (311), Sherwood School (312), Stuart (214), Tanner's Creek (302), Taylor Elementary School (213), Titustown Center (104), Tucker House (105), Union Chapel (313), United Way (415), Wesley (217), and Young Park (414) Precincts; part of the City of Richmond comprised of the 113 (113), 114 (114), 203 (203), 204 (204), 206 (206), 207 (207), 208 (208), 211 (211), 212 (212), 213 (213), 301 (301), 302 (302), 303 (303), 304 (304), 305 (305), 306 (306), 307 (307), 308 (308), 402 (402), 501 (501), 503 (503), 504 (504), 505 (505), 508 (508), 509 (509), 510 (510), 602 (602), 603 (603), 604 (604), 606 (606), 607 (607), 609 (609), 610 (610), 701 (701), 702 (702), 703 (703), 705 (705), 706 (706), 707 (707), 802 (802), 806 (806), 810 (810), 811 (811), 812 (812), 814 (814), 902 (902), 903 (903), 908 (908), 909 (909), 910 (910), and 911 (911) Precincts and part of the 404 (404) Precinct; and part of the City of Suffolk comprised of parts of the Bennetts Creek (104), Ebenezer (201), and Harbour View (103) Precincts.

Fourth. All of Amelia, Dinwiddie, Greensville, Nottoway, Powhatan, Southampton, and Sussex Counties; all of the Cities of Chesapeake, Colonial Heights, Emporia, Franklin, and Hopewell; part of Chesterfield County comprised of the Bailey Bridge (315), Beach (305), Bellwood (101), Beulah (202), Bird (203), Birkdale (317), Carver (112), Chippenham (207), Cosby (307), Crenshaw (414), Deer Run (302), Drewry's Bluff (105), Dutch Gap (110), Ecoff (108), Elizabeth Scott (109), Enon (103), Ettrick (301), Falling Creek (205), Five Forks (210), Gates (201), Harrowgate (106), Iron Bridge (111), Jacobs (204), Matoaca (303), Meadowbrook (208), Nash (211), North Chester (104), S. Manchester (308), Salem Church (209), South Chester (102), Southside (213), Spring Run (316), St. Lukes (212), Wells (107), Winfrees Store (304), and Winterpock (306) Precincts; part of Isle of Wight County comprised of the Camps Mill (502), Carrsville (503), Courthouse (401), Orbit (403), Pons (302), Raynor (505), Smithfield (101), Walters (501), Windsor (402), and Zuni (504) Precincts and parts of the Bartlett (201), Carrollton (202), and Rushmere (301) Precincts; part of Prince George County comprised of the Courts Bldg (204), Jefferson Park (205), Richard Bland (101), Templeton (102), and Union Branch (103) Precincts and part of the Rives (104) Precinct; and part of the City of Suffolk comprised of the Airport (401), Chuckatuck (202), Cypress Chapel (303), Driver (102), Elephants Fork/Westhaven (603), Holland (502), Hollywood (701), Holy Neck (503), John F. Kennedy (302), Kilby's Mill (501), King's Fork (203), Lake Cohoon (504), Lakeside (601), Nansemond River (703), Olde Towne (602), Southside (403), Whaleyville (402), White Marsh (301), and Yeates (705) Precincts and parts of the Bennetts Creek (104), Ebenezer (201), and Harbour View (103) Precincts.

Fifth. All of Albemarle, Appomattox, Brunswick, Buckingham, Campbell, Charlotte, Cumberland, Fluvanna, Franklin, Greene, Halifax, Lunenburg, Madison, Mecklenburg, Nelson, Pittsylvania, Prince Edward, and Rappahannock Counties; all of the Cities of Bedford, Charlottesville, and Danville; part of Bedford County comprised of the Bedford Christian Church (703), Bedford County PSA (302), Bethesda Methodist Church (303), Body Camp Elem School (204), Chamblissburg First Aid Bldg (103), Goode Rescue Squad (701), Goodview Elem School (101), Hardy Fire & Rescue Bldg (102), Huddleston Elem School (305), Liberty High School (702), Moneta Elem School (203), Saunders Grove Brethren Church (604), Saunders Vol Fire Dept (205), Shady Grove Baptist Church (602), Staunton River High School (202), and Thaxton Elem School (603) Precincts and part of the New London Academy (301) Precinct; part of Fauquier County comprised of the Airlie (202), Baldwin Ridge (203), Broad Run (503), Casanova (103), Courthouse (201), Kettle Run (101), Leeds (402), Marshall (401), New Baltimore (502), Opal (105), The Plains (501), Warrenton (204), and Waterloo (403) Precincts and part of the Remington (302) Precinct; and part of Henry County comprised of the Axton (302), Irisburg (303), Mountain Valley (305), Mountain View (405), and Ridgeway #1 (603) Precincts and part of the Mount Olivet (304) Precinct.

Sixth. All of Amherst, Augusta, Bath, Botetourt, Highland, Page, Rockbridge, Rockingham, Shenandoah, and Warren Counties; all of the Cities of Buena Vista, Harrisonburg, Lexington, Lynchburg, Roanoke, Staunton, and Waynesboro; part of Bedford County comprised of the Big Island Elem School (502), Boonsboro Elem School (505), Boonsboro Ruritan Club (506), Forest Elem School (401), Forest Youth Athletic Assoc. (304), Knights Of Columbus Bldg (403), Montvale Elem School (601), Odd Fellows Hall (504), Pleasant View (507), Sedalia Center (503), Suck Springs (704), and Thomas Jefferson Elem School (402) Precincts and part of the New London Academy (301) Precinct; and part of Roanoke County comprised of the Bonsack (402), Burlington (202), Castle Rock (305), Cave Spring (503), Clearbrook (505), Cotton Hill (501), Garst Mill (306), Hollins (206), Hunting Hills (507), Lindenwood (405), Mount Pleasant (406), Mount Vernon (506), Mountain View (203), North Vinton (403), Oak Grove (304), Ogden (504), Orchards (205), Penn Forest (502), Plantation (201), Poages Mill (302), South Vinton (404), and Windsor Hills (303) Precincts.

Seventh. All of Culpeper, Goochland, Hanover, Louisa, New Kent, and Orange Counties; part of Chesterfield County comprised of the Beaufont (513), Belgrade (508), Belmont (206), Black Heath (511), Bon Air (505), Brandermill (403), Cranbeck (509), Crestwood (502), Davis (515), Evergreen (312), Genito (402), Greenfield (506), Harbour Pointe (401), Huguenot (501), La Prade (405), Manchester (409), Midlothian (503), Monacan (407), Providence (404), Reams (408), Robious (504), Salisbury (507), Shenandoah (413), Skinquarter (309), Smoketree (406), Swift Creek (411), Sycamore (510), Tomahawk (310), Wagstaff (410), Watkins (514), and Woolridge (313) Precincts; part of Henrico County comprised of the Belmont (203), Brookland (204), Byrd (401), Canterbury (205), Causeway (301), Cedarfield (302), Chamberlayne (207), Coalpit (101), Crestview (303), Derbyshire (402), Dumbarton (102), Freeman (403), Gayton (404), Glen Allen (103), Glenside (104), Godwin (405), Greendale (105), Greenwood (210), Hermitage (106), Hilliard (107), Hollybrook (212), Hungary (213), Hungary Creek (116), Hunton (108), Innsbrook (304), Jackson Davis (305), Johnson (109), Lakeside (110), Lakewood (406), Lauderdale (407), Longan (111), Longdale (214), Maude Trevvett (112), Maybeury (408), Monument Hills (306), Moody (216), Mooreland (409), Mountain (217), Nuckols Farm (307), Oakview (218), Pemberton (410), Pinchbeck (411), Pocahontas (308), Randolph (219), Ridge (309), Ridgefield (412), Rivers Edge (317), Rollingwood (413), Sadler (310), Shady Grove (311), Short Pump (318), Skipwith (312), Spottswood (414), Springfield (313), Staples Mill (113), Stoney Run (314), Stratford Hall (221), Summit Court (114), Three Chopt (315), Tuckahoe (415), Tucker (316), Wellborne (417), West End (416), Westwood (115), and Yellow Tavern (223) Precincts; part of Spotsylvania County comprised of the Belmont (501), Blaydes Corner (102), Brock (505), Brokenburg (502), Chancellor (204), Courthouse (504), Elys Ford (201), Fairview (703), Frazers Gate (402), Massaponax (104), Ni River (203), Partlow (101), Piedmont (603), Salem (601), Smith Station (602), Todd's Tavern (503), Travelers Rest (103), and Wilderness (202) Precincts and part of the Lee Hill (403) Precinct; and part of the City of Richmond comprised of the 101 (101), 102 (102), 104 (104), 105 (105), 106 (106), 111 (111), 112 (112), 309 (309), 409 (409), 410 (410), 412 (412), and 413 (413) Precincts and part of the 404 (404) Precinct.

Eighth. All of Arlington County; all of the Cities of Alexandria and Falls Church; and part of Fairfax County comprised of the Alban (623), Baileys (501), Belle Haven (601), Belleview (602), Belvoir (619), Bren Mar (526), Brook Hill (521), Bucknell (604), Bush Hill (401), Cameron (402), Chesterbrook (302), Clermont (423), Crestwood (415), Edsall (527), El Nido (305), Fairfield (413), Fort Buffalo (703), Fort Hunt (605), Franconia (404), Garfield (417), Glen Forest #2 (529), Glen Forest (505), Graham (705), Greenway (706), Grosvenor (621), Groveton (405), Gunston (616), Haycock (307), Hayfield (406), Hollin Hall (606), Holmes #1 (506), Huntington (607), Huntley (424), Island Creek (427), Kingstowne (421), Kirby (310), Kirkside (608), Lane (419), Leewood (531), Lincolnia (507), Longfellow (312), Lorton (617), Lorton Center (625), Lorton Station (622), Lynbrook (418), Marlan (609), Marshall (708), Mount Eagle (408), Parklawn (510), Pimmit (315), Pine Spring (710), Pioneer (409), Poe (523), Rose Hill (410), Salona (316), Saratoga (626), Sherwood (610), Shreve (712), Skyline (520), Stratford (611), Timber Lane (713), Van Dorn (422), Villages (420), Virginia Hills (411), Walnut Hill # 1 (525), Walnut Hill # 2 (728), Waynewood (612), Westgate (613), Westhampton (317), Westlawn (515), Westmoreland (318), Weyanoke (516), Whitman (614), Whittier (524), Willston (517), Wilton (425), Woodlawn (627), and Woodley (615) Precincts and parts of the Magarity (726) and Saint Albans (513) Precincts.

Ninth. All of Alleghany, Bland, Buchanan, Carroll, Craig, Dickenson, Floyd, Giles, Grayson, Lee, Montgomery, Patrick, Pulaski, Russell, Scott, Smyth, Tazewell, Washington, Wise, and Wythe Counties; all of the Cities of Bristol, Covington, Galax, Martinsville, Norton, Radford, and Salem; part of Henry County comprised of the Bassett No. 1 (501), Bassett No. 2 (101), Collinsville Number 1 (401), Collinsville Number 2 (404), Daniel's Creek (402), Dyers Store (505), Fieldale (201), Figsboro (502), Fontaine (601), Gunville (102), Hillcrest (602), Horsepasture #1 (202), Horsepasture #2 (203), Oak Level (504), Ridgeway #2 (604), Scott's Tanyard (103), Spencer (204), and Stanleytown (503) Precincts and part of the Mount Olivet (304) Precinct; and part of Roanoke County comprised of the Bennett Springs (107), Bent Mountain (301), Botetourt Springs (204), Catawba (101), Glenvar (103), Green Hill (106), Mason Valley (102), Northside (104), Peters Creek (105), and Wildwood (108) Precincts.

Tenth. All of Clarke, Frederick, and Loudoun Counties; all of the Cities of Manassas, Manassas Park, and Winchester; part of Fairfax County comprised of the Brookfield (902), Bull Run (923), Chain Bridge (301), Churchill (303), Clearview (321), Clifton (803), Colvin (330), Cooper (304), Cub Run (903), Deer Park (921), Dulles (904), Fairfax Station (805), Forestville (322), Fountainhead (845), Fox Mill (229), Franklin (905), Great Falls (306), Greenbriar West (847), Hickory (328), Kenmore (309), Kinross (908), Langley (311), Lees Corner (920), Lees Corner West (927), McLean (314), Navy (911), Newgate North (849), Newgate South (854), Popes Head (841), Poplar Tree (928), Rocky Run (913), Sangster (838), Seneca (329), Shouse (323), Silverbrook (839), South Run (850), Spring Hill (331), Stone (917), Sugarland (327), Vale (914), Virginia Run (915), Waples Mill (916), and Woodyard (815) Precincts and part of the Old Mill (925) Precinct; and part of Prince William County comprised of the Alvey (406), Battlefield (402), Buckhall (103), Bull Run (403), Evergreen (401), Mountain View (410), Pace West (412), Parkside (105), Pr. William A (000), and Signal Hill (114) Precincts and part of the Buckland Mills (110) Precinct.

Eleventh. All of the City of Fairfax; part of Fairfax County comprised of the Aldrin (234), Barcroft (502), Belvedere (503), Blake (701), Bonnie Brae (126), Bristow (102), Burke (801), Burke Centre (127), Camelot (522), Cameron Glen (238), Cardinal (128), Centerpointe (844), Centre Ridge (901), Centreville (918), Chapel (104), Cherry Run (825), Columbia (518), Coppermine (239), Dogwood (220), Eagle View (853), Fair Oaks (848), Fairfax A (0700), Fairlakes (843), Fairview (105), Flint Hill (202), Floris (203), Freedom Hill (704), Frying Pan (235), Glade (223), Green Trails (919), Greenbriar East (846), Greenspring (426), Heritage (106), Herndon #1 (319), Herndon #2 (320), Herndon #3 (324), Holmes #2 (530), Hummer (519), Hunt (624), Hunters Woods (221), Hutchison (325), Irving (827), Keene Mill (129), Kilmer (733), Kings Park (108), Lake Braddock (118), Laurel (119), Laurel Hill (628), London Towne East (910), London Towne West (924), Long Branch (122), Mantua (707), Masonville (508), McNair (237), Merrifield (721), Monument (852), Mosby (709), Newington (618), North Point (233), North Springfield # 1 (110), North Springfield # 2 (111), Nottoway (729), Oak Hill (113), Oak Marr (732), Oakton (727), Olde Creek (109), Olley (124), Orange (824), Parkway (842), Penderbrook (730), Pine Ridge (718), Pohick (811), Powell (926), Price (711), Ravensworth (115), Ravenwood (511), Reston #1 (208), Reston #2 (209), Reston #3 (222), Ridgelea (528), Robinson (123), Sideburn (120), Signal Hill (125), Sleepy Hollow (512), South County (629), South Lakes (224), Stenwood (719), Stuart (236), Sunrise Valley (227), Terra Centre (130), Terraset (225), Thoreau (720), Tysons (731), Valley (812), Vienna #1 (213), Vienna #2 (214), Vienna #4 (216), Vienna #6 (218), Villa (121), Wakefield (116), Walker (714), West Springfield (840), Westbriar (219), White Oaks (833), Willow Springs (851), Wolftrap (226), Woodburn (717), and Woodson (117) Precincts and parts of the Magarity (726), Old Mill (925), and Saint Albans (513) Precincts; and part of Prince William County comprised of the Bel Air (606), Belmont (701), Bethel (506), Beville (205), Chinn (507), Civic Center (604), Dale (601), Dumfries (301), Enterprise (608), Featherstone (704), Freedom (609), Godwin (603), Graham Park (303), Kerrydale (607), Kilby (707), King (206), Library (702), Lynn (703), Minnieville (605), Mohican (505), Neabsco (602), Occoquan (502), Old Bridge (503), Potomac (302), Potomac View (705), Rippon (706), River Oaks (708), Rockledge (504), Saunders (201), Springwoods (508), and Swans Creek (311) Precincts.

2012, c. 1.

§ 24.2-303. Repealed.

Repealed by Acts 2001, Sp. Sess. I, c. 2.

§ 24.2-303.1. Repealed.

Repealed by Acts 2011, Sp. Sess. I, c. 1, cl. 2, effective April 29, 2011.

§ 24.2-303.3. Senate districts.

A. There shall be 40 members of the Senate of Virginia elected from 40 senate districts and each district is entitled to representation by one senator.

B. All references in this section to boundaries of counties and cities shall be interpreted to refer to those in existence on April 1, 2011, and as reported by the United States Bureau of the Census in the 2010 Census reports provided pursuant to United States Public Law 94-171, notwithstanding subsequent boundary changes by law, annexation, merger, consolidation, or the voiding of boundary changes theretofore made final.

C. Parts of counties and cities listed in subsection D are defined by reference to the 2010 Census reports for the precincts, parts of precincts, and blocks listed for each senate district in the Statistical Report on file with the Clerk of the House of Delegates for the Act of Assembly containing the final enactment of this section. Precincts shall be interpreted to refer to those in existence on April 1, 2011, and as reported by the United States Bureau of the Census in the 2010 Census reports provided pursuant to United States Public Law 94-171, notwithstanding subsequent changes made by localities.

D. The 40 senate districts are:

First. All of the City of Williamsburg; part of James City County comprised of the Berkeley A Part 1 (101), Berkeley A Part 2 (1012), Powhatan B (302), Powhatan D (304), Roberts A Part 2 (5012), and Roberts C Part 2 (5032) Precincts and parts of the Jamestown B (202) and Roberts B (502) Precincts; part of York County comprised of the Magruder (104) and Queens Lake (101) Precincts; part of the City of Hampton comprised of the Kraft (208) and Tucker Capps (214) Precincts and part of the Forrest (204) Precinct; part of the City of Newport News comprised of the Bland (201), Boulevard (202), Carver (303), Charles (203), Deep Creek (205), Denbigh (101), Epes (102), Greenwood (110), Hidenwood (208), Hilton (209), Jenkins (103), Kiln Creek (218), Lee Hall (108), McIntosh (104), Nelson (210), Oyster Point (105), Palmer (211), Reservoir (106), Richneck (107), River (314), Riverside (212), Riverview (217), Sanford (213), Sedgefield (315), Warwick (215), Wellesley (204), Windsor (109), and Yates (216) Precincts and parts of the Deer Park (219), Downtown (305), Dunbar (306), and Watkins (320) Precincts; and part of the City of Suffolk comprised of the Harbour View (103) Precinct.

Second. Part of York County comprised of the Bethel (502), Coventry (203), Edgehill (303), and Kiln Creek (204) Precincts; part of the City of Hampton comprised of the Aberdeen (101), Armstrong (106), Bassette (102), Bethel (212), Booker (201), Bryan (202), Burbank (203), City Hall (103), Cooper (104), East Hampton (105), Hampton Library (111), Jones (116), Kecoughtan (117), Langley (209), Lindsay (107), Machen (210), Mallory (118), Phenix (109), Phillips (213), Phoebus (110), Sandy Bottom (216), Smith (112), Syms (113), Thomas (108), Tyler (215), and Wythe (115) Precincts and part of the Forrest (204) Precinct; part of the City of Newport News comprised of the Briarfield (302), Chestnut (304), Huntington (307), Jefferson (308), Magruder (309), Marshall (310), Newmarket (311), Newsome Park (312), Reed (313), Saunders (319), South Morrison (316), Washington (317), and Wilson (318) Precincts and parts of the Deer Park (219), Downtown (305), Dunbar (306), and Watkins (320) Precincts; and part of the City of Portsmouth comprised of the Thirty-Seven (037) and Thirty-Nine (039) Precincts and part of the Thirty-Eight (038) Precinct.

Third. All of Gloucester, King and Queen, King William, and New Kent Counties; all of the City of Poquoson; part of Isle of Wight County comprised of the Bartlett (201), Carrollton (202), Rushmere (301), and Smithfield (101) Precincts; part of James City County comprised of the Berkeley B Part 1 (1021), Berkeley B Part 2 (1022), Berkeley C (103), Jamestown A (201), Powhatan A (301), Powhatan C (303), Roberts A Part 1 (5011), Roberts C Part 1 (5031), Stonehouse A (401), Stonehouse B (402), and Stonehouse C (403) Precincts and parts of the Jamestown B (202) and Roberts B (502) Precincts; part of Surry County comprised of part of the Bacon's Castle (201) Precinct; part of York County comprised of the Dare (402), Harris Grove (302), Harwoods Mill (401), Seaford (301), Tabb (501), Waller Mill (103), and Yorktown (102) Precincts; part of the City of Hampton comprised of the Asbury (205) Precinct; and part of the City of Suffolk comprised of the Driver (102) and Ebenezer (201) Precincts.

Fourth. All of Caroline, Essex, Lancaster, Middlesex, Northumberland, and Richmond Counties; part of Hanover County comprised of the Ashcake (103), Atlee (304), Battlefield (401), Beaverdam (201), Beaverdam Creek (406), Black Creek (404), Blunts (202), Chickahominy (302), Clay (301), Cold Harbor (403), Cool Spring (305), Courthouse (206), Georgetown (506), Goddin's Hill (204), Hanover Grove (604), Laurel Meadow (507), Mechanicsville (603), Newman (503), Old Church (402), Pebble Creek (405), Rural Point (502), Shady Grove (303), Sliding Hill (104), Stonewall Jackson (602), Studley (504), Totopotomoy (505), and Village (601) Precincts; part of King George County comprised of parts of the Courthouse (101) and Shiloh (401) Precincts; part of Spotsylvania County comprised of the Blaydes Corner (102), Lee Hill (403), Massaponax (104), Partlow (101), Summit (401), and Travelers Rest (103) Precincts; and part of Westmoreland County comprised of the Precinct 1-1 (101), Precinct 1-2 (102), and Precinct 2-1 (201) Precincts.

Fifth. Part of the City of Chesapeake comprised of the B. M. Williams School (015), Camelot (003), Carver School (031), Crestwood (005), Fairways (053), Geneva Park (011), Georgetown (012), Gilmerton (013), Indian River (018), Johnson Park (026), Joliff Middle School (048), Norfolk Highlands (022), Oaklette (024), Oscar Smith School (010), Parkways (042), Providence (032), River Birch (040), River Walk (050), South Norfolk (030), South Norfolk Recreation (008), St. Julians (025), Tanglewood (029), and Westover (033) Precincts and parts of the Oak Grove (023) and Sunray II (045) Precincts; and part of the City of Norfolk comprised of the Ballentine (301), Berkley (402), Bowling Park (303), Brambleton (403), Campostella (404), Chesterfield (405), Coleman Place School (304), Easton (408), Fairlawn (409), Hunton Y (411), Ingleside (412), Lafayette (205), Lafayette-Winona (305), Lindenwood (306), Norview Methodist (308), Norview Middle School (309), Poplar Halls (413), Rosemont (310), Sherwood Rec Center (311), Sherwood School (312), Stuart (214), Tanner's Creek (302), Union Chapel (313), United Way (415), and Young Park (414) Precincts and parts of the Ghent Square (203) and Willard (218) Precincts.

Sixth. All of Accomack, Mathews, and Northampton Counties; part of the City of Norfolk comprised of the Barron Black (406), Bayview School (501), Chrysler Museum (211), Crossroads (511), East Ocean View (503), Granby (101), Immanuel (204), Lambert's Point (207), Larchmont Library (208), Larchmont Recreation Center (209), Larrymore (504), Maury (210), Northside (103), Ocean View Center (506), Ocean View School (102), Oceanair (508), Old Dominion (201), Park Place (212), Suburban Park (215), Taylor Elementary School (213), Third Presbyterian (510), Titustown Center (104), Tucker House (105), Wesley (217), and Zion Grace (106) Precincts and parts of the Ghent Square (203), Tarrallton (509), and Willard (218) Precincts; and part of the City of Virginia Beach comprised of part of the Chesapeake Beach (037) Precinct.

Seventh. Part of the City of Norfolk comprised of the Azalea Gardens (512) and Little Creek (505) Precincts and part of the Tarrallton (509) Precinct; and part of the City of Virginia Beach comprised of the Aragona (016), Arrowhead (023), Avalon (025), Baker (061), Bayside (020), Bonney (040), Brandon (042), Centerville (044), College Park (041), Colonial (065), Davis Corner (021), Edinburgh (056), Fairfield (026), Hagood (086), Homestead (052), Kings Grant (047), Kingston (007), Lake Christopher (089), Lake Joyce (090), Lake Smith (019), Larkspur (024), Lexington (091), Little Neck (092), Malibu (014), Manor (068), Mt. Trashmore (013), Newtown (093), Ocean Park (017), Old Donation (015), Pembroke (039), Pleasant Hill (079), Point O' View (022), Providence (027), Reon (080), Shannon (053), Shell (069), Shelton Park (059), Sherry Park (057), Stratford Chase (051), Tallwood (084), Thalia (028), Thoroughgood (018), Village (076), Windsor Oaks (036), and Witchduck (038) Precincts and part of the Chesapeake Beach (037) Precinct.

Eighth. Part of the City of Virginia Beach comprised of the Alanton (006), Brookwood (077), Buckner (074), Cape Henry (011), Capps Shop (033), Colony (075), Corporate Landing (070), Courthouse (035), Culver (063), Dahlia (073), Eastern Shore (067), Foxfire (060), Great Neck (010), Green Run (046), Holland (029), Hunt (066), Landstown (062), Linkhorn (004), London Bridge (008), Lynnhaven (049), Magic Hollow (055), North Beach (001), Ocean Lakes (003), Oceana (050), Pinewood (094), Plaza (012), Redwing (030), Rock Lake (081), Rudee (072), Seatack (005), Shelbourne (082), Sigma (031), South Beach (002), Strawbridge (083), Timberlake (045), Trantwood (009), Upton (085), and Wolfsnare (048) Precincts.

Ninth. All of Charles City County; part of Hanover County comprised of the Ashland (101), Elmont (704), and Stony Run (207) Precincts and part of the Wilmington Parish (203) Precinct; part of Henrico County comprised of the Adams (201), Antioch (501), Azalea (202), Canterbury (205), Cedar Fork (502), Central Gardens (206), Chamberlayne (207), Chickahominy (503), Donahoe (504), Dorey (505), Eanes (506), Elko (507), Fairfield (208), Glen Lea (209), Greenwood (210), Highland Gardens (211), Highland Springs (508), Hungary (213), Hunton (108), Laburnum (509), Longdale (214), Maplewood (215), Masonic (510), Mehfoud (511), Montrose (512), Mountain (217), Nine Mile (513), Pleasants (514), Randolph (219), Ratcliffe (220), Rolfe (519), Sandston (515), Sullivans (516), Town Hall (517), Whitlocks (518), Wilder (222), and Yellow Tavern (223) Precincts and parts of the Hermitage (106) and Staples Mill (113) Precincts; and part of the City of Richmond comprised of the 105 (105), 206 (206), 207 (207), 208 (208), 212 (212), 213 (213), 301 (301), 302 (302), 303 (303), 304 (304), 305 (305), 306 (306), 308 (308), 501 (501), 504 (504), 602 (602), 603 (603), 604 (604), 606 (606), and 607 (607) Precincts and parts of the 104 (104), 106 (106), and 307 (307) Precincts.

Tenth. All of Powhatan County; part of Chesterfield County comprised of the Beaufont (513), Belgrade (508), Belmont (206), Black Heath (511), Bon Air (505), Brandermill (403), Cranbeck (509), Crestwood (502), Davis (515), Evergreen (312), Greenfield (506), Huguenot (501), Midlothian (503), Reams (408), Robious (504), Salisbury (507), Swift Creek (411), Tomahawk (310), Watkins (514), and Woolridge (313) Precincts and part of the Chippenham (207) Precinct; and part of the City of Richmond comprised of the 101 (101), 102 (102), 111 (111), 112 (112), 113 (113), 114 (114), 203 (203), 204 (204), 211 (211), 309 (309), 402 (402), 404 (404), 409 (409), 410 (410), 412 (412), 413 (413), 503 (503), 505 (505), 508 (508), 903 (903), 908 (908), 909 (909), 910 (910), and 911 (911) Precincts and parts of the 104 (104), 106 (106), and 307 (307) Precincts.

Eleventh. All of Amelia County; all of the City of Colonial Heights; and part of Chesterfield County comprised of the Bailey Bridge (315), Beach (305), Beulah (202), Bird (203), Birkdale (317), Cosby (307), Crenshaw (414), Deer Run (302), Ecoff (108), Falling Creek (205), Five Forks (210), Gates (201), Genito (402), Harbour Pointe (401), Iron Bridge (111), Jacobs (204), La Prade (405), Manchester (409), Meadowbrook (208), Monacan (407), Nash (211), North Chester (104), Providence (404), S. Manchester (308), Salem Church (209), Shenandoah (413), Skinquarter (309), Smoketree (406), South Chester (102), Southside (213), Spring Run (316), St. Lukes (212), Sycamore (510), Wagstaff (410), Wells (107), Winfrees Store (304), and Winterpock (306) Precincts and part of the Chippenham (207) Precinct.

Twelfth. Part of Hanover County comprised of the Farrington (701), Montpelier (702), and Rockville (703) Precincts and part of the Wilmington Parish (203) Precinct; and part of Henrico County comprised of the Belmont (203), Brookland (204), Byrd (401), Causeway (301), Cedarfield (302), Coalpit (101), Crestview (303), Derbyshire (402), Dumbarton (102), Freeman (403), Gayton (404), Glen Allen (103), Glenside (104), Godwin (405), Greendale (105), Hilliard (107), Hollybrook (212), Hungary Creek (116), Innsbrook (304), Jackson Davis (305), Johnson (109), Lakeside (110), Lakewood (406), Lauderdale (407), Longan (111), Maude Trevvett (112), Maybeury (408), Monument Hills (306), Moody (216), Mooreland (409), Nuckols Farm (307), Oakview (218), Pemberton (410), Pinchbeck (411), Pocahontas (308), Ridge (309), Ridgefield (412), Rivers Edge (317), Rollingwood (413), Sadler (310), Shady Grove (311), Short Pump (318), Skipwith (312), Spottswood (414), Springfield (313), Stoney Run (314), Stratford Hall (221), Summit Court (114), Three Chopt (315), Tuckahoe (415), Tucker (316), Wellborne (417), West End (416), and Westwood (115) Precincts and parts of the Hermitage (106) and Staples Mill (113) Precincts.

Thirteenth. Part of Loudoun County comprised of the Ashburn Farm (102), Between The Hills (306), Cedar Lane (810), Clarkes Gap (409), Dominion (811), East Lovettsville (411), Evergreen (408), Freedom (112), Hamilton (304), Heritage (412), Hillsboro (303), Hillside (105), Hutchison (109), Little River (107), Lucketts (403), Mercer (108), Newton-Lee (814), Philomont (305), Pinebrook (115), Purcellville One (301), Purcellville Two (310), Round Hill (302), Russell Branch (809), Sanders Corner (101), Stone Bridge (808), Waterford (402), West Lovettsville (401), and Woodgrove (311) Precincts and parts of the Briar Woods (111), Cool Spring (505), Dulles South (114), Eagle Ridge (106), and Weller (816) Precincts; and part of Prince William County comprised of the Battlefield (402), Bristow Run (111), Bull Run (403), Glenkirk (408), Limestone (113), Mullen (411), and Pace West (412) Precincts and parts of the Buckland Mills (110), Evergreen (401), Marsteller (107), Sinclair (404), Sudley North (409), and Victory (108) Precincts.

Fourteenth. Part of Isle of Wight County comprised of the Carrsville (503), Walters (501), and Zuni (504) Precincts and part of the Windsor (402) Precinct; part of Southampton County comprised of the Berlin (101), Hunterdale (501), Ivor (102), and Sedley (602) Precincts; part of the City of Chesapeake comprised of the Bailey Creek (038), Bells Mill (009), Bells Mill II (046), Bethel (002), Bridgetown (037), Churchland (004), Coopers Way (051), Deep Creek (006), E. W. Chittum School (020), Fellowship (021), Grassfield (014), Great Bridge (001), Great Bridge Baptist Church (036), Green Sea (047), Greenbrier (007), Hickory Grove (016), Hickory Middle School (034), Indian Creek (017), John T. West (041), Jolliff One (019), Lake Drummond (039), Pleasant Crossing (043), Shipyard Road (052), Sunray I (028), and Waterway (049) Precincts and parts of the Oak Grove (023), Silverwood (027), and Sunray II (045) Precincts; part of the City of Franklin comprised of the Precinct 1-1 (101) and Precinct 2-1 (201) Precincts; part of the City of Portsmouth comprised of the Twenty-Nine (029), Thirty (030), Thirty-Two (032), and Thirty-Three (033) Precincts; part of the City of Suffolk comprised of the Airport (401), Cypress Chapel (303), Holland (502), Holy Neck (503), Kilby's Mill (501), Lake Cohoon (504), Lakeside (601), and Whaleyville (402) Precincts and parts of the Elephants Fork/Westhaven (603) and King's Fork (203) Precincts; and part of the City of Virginia Beach comprised of the Bellamy (043), Blackwater (034), Creeds (032), Cromwell (054), Glenwood (058), Hillcrest (087), Indian Lakes (078), North Landing (088), Rosemont Forest (064), and Round Hill (071) Precincts.

Fifteenth. All of Charlotte, Lunenburg, Mecklenburg, and Nottoway Counties; part of Brunswick County comprised of the Alberta (301), Broadnax (101), Danieltown (302), Elmore (303), King's Store (402), Rock Store (103), Seymour (304), Sturgeon (401), and Tillman (102) Precincts; part of Campbell County comprised of the Brookneal (701), Gladys (702), Morris Church (703), and Three Forks (401) Precincts; part of Dinwiddie County comprised of the Cherry Hill (403), Church Road (103), Courthouse (501), Dinwiddie (401), Little Zion (402), McKenney (502), Reams (301), Rocky Run (503), and White Oak (102) Precincts and part of the New Hope (302) Precinct; part of Halifax County comprised of the Center (403), Clover (203), Crossroads (202), Dan River (502), Hyco (701), Midway (702), Scottsburg (503), and Virgilina (703) Precincts and parts of the Black Walnut (601), Clays Mill (201), and South Boston East (801) Precincts; part of Pittsylvania County comprised of the Bearskin (602), Callands (201), Dry Fork (607), Hurt (501), Motley Sycamore (502), Mt. Cross (705), Mt. Hermon (704), Sandy Level (204), Stony Mill (603), Swansonville (604), Tunstall (106), Twin Springs (103), West Blairs (108), and Whitmell (605) Precincts and parts of the Bachelors Hall (702), Central (301), Climax (206), East Blairs (307), East Gretna (309), Gretna (207), Keeling (402), Kentuck (404), Renan (503), Riceville (305), and Ringgold (405) Precincts; part of Prince George County comprised of the Blackwater (202), Bland (201), Brandon (203), Harrison (105), Richard Bland (101), and Templeton (102) Precincts; and part of the City of Danville comprised of the Ward Sixteen (016) and Ward Seventeen (017) Precincts.

Sixteenth. All of the Cities of Hopewell and Petersburg; part of Chesterfield County comprised of the Bellwood (101), Carver (112), Drewry's Bluff (105), Dutch Gap (110), Elizabeth Scott (109), Enon (103), Ettrick (301), Harrowgate (106), and Matoaca (303) Precincts; part of Dinwiddie County comprised of the Chesdin (202), Edgehill (201), and Rohoic (101) Precincts and part of the New Hope (302) Precinct; part of Prince George County comprised of the Courts Bldg (204), Jefferson Park (205), Rives (104), and Union Branch (103) Precincts; and part of the City of Richmond comprised of the 509 (509), 510 (510), 609 (609), 610 (610), 701 (701), 702 (702), 703 (703), 705 (705), 706 (706), 707 (707), 802 (802), 806 (806), 810 (810), 811 (811), 812 (812), 814 (814), and 902 (902) Precincts.

Seventeenth. All of Orange County; all of the City of Fredericksburg; part of Albemarle County comprised of the Agnor-Hurt (104), Branchlands (103), Dunlora (105), Free Bridge (504), Georgetown (203), and Keswick (501) Precincts and parts of the Jack Jouett (201), Stony Point (502), and Woodbrook (101) Precincts; part of Culpeper County comprised of the East Fairfax (201), Mitchells (601), Pearl Sample (602), and West Fairfax (101) Precincts; part of Louisa County comprised of the Cuckoo (502), Fredericks Hall (501), Louisa #1 (201), Louisa #2 (202), Mechanicsville (102), Mineral (401), Patrick Henry #1 (301), Yanceyville (402), and Zion (101) Precincts; and part of Spotsylvania County comprised of the Battlefield (701), Belmont (501), Brent's Mill (702), Brokenburg (502), Chancellor (204), Courthouse (504), Fairview (703), Frazers Gate (402), Hazel Run (302), Ni River (203), Piedmont (603), Salem (601), Smith Station (602), and Todd's Tavern (503) Precincts and parts of the Brock (505) and Plank Road (301) Precincts.

Eighteenth. All of Greensville and Sussex Counties; all of the City of Emporia; part of Brunswick County comprised of the Dromgoole (201), Edgerton (202), Fitzhugh (203), and Lawrenceville (501) Precincts; part of Isle of Wight County comprised of the Camps Mill (502), Courthouse (401), Orbit (403), Pons (302), and Raynor (505) Precincts and part of the Windsor (402) Precinct; part of Southampton County comprised of the Blackwater River (701), Boykins (201), Branchville (202), Capron (301), Courtland (601), Drewryville (401), Forks-Of-The-River (502), Meherrin (203), Newsoms (702), and Sebrell (302) Precincts; part of Surry County comprised of the Carsley (401), Claremont (501), Dendron (301), Spring Grove (502), Surry (101), and Wall's Bridge (302) Precincts and part of the Bacon's Castle (201) Precinct; part of the City of Chesapeake comprised of the Nansemond (044) and Taylor Road (035) Precincts and part of the Silverwood (027) Precinct; part of the City of Franklin comprised of the Precinct 3-1 (301), Precinct 4-1 (401), Precinct 5-1 (501), and Precinct 6-1 (601) Precincts; part of the City of Portsmouth comprised of the One (001), Five (005), Seven (007), Nine (009), Ten (010), Eleven (011), Thirteen (013), Fourteen (014), Sixteen (016), Seventeen (017), Nineteen (019), Twenty (020), Twenty-One (021), Twenty-Two (022), Twenty-Three (023), Twenty-Four (024), Twenty-Five (025), Twenty-Six (026), Twenty-Seven (027), Twenty-Eight (028), Thirty-One (031), Thirty-Four (034), Thirty-Five (035), and Thirty-Six (036) Precincts and part of the Thirty-Eight (038) Precinct; and part of the City of Suffolk comprised of the Bennetts Creek (104), Chuckatuck (202), Hollywood (701), John F. Kennedy (302), Nansemond River (703), Olde Towne (602), Southside (403), White Marsh (301), and Yeates (705) Precincts and parts of the Elephants Fork/Westhaven (603), and King's Fork (203) Precincts.

Nineteenth. All of Floyd County; all of the City of Salem; part of Bedford County comprised of the Bethesda Methodist Church (303), Huddleston Elem School (305), and Saunders Vol Fire Dept (205) Precincts; part of Carroll County comprised of the Dugspur (303), Gladeville (502), Hillsville C (301), Laurel (504), Sylvatus (302), Vaughn (501), and Woodlawn E (503) Precincts and parts of the Hillsville B (201) and Woodlawn D (402) Precincts; part of Franklin County comprised of the Bonbrook (602), Boones Mill (601), Bowmans (503), Burnt Chimney (102), Callaway (502), Cooper's Cove (603), Dudley (204), Endicott (403), Ferrum (402), Gogginsville (504), and Scruggs (103) Precincts and parts of the Glade Hill (201), Henry (401), Hodgesville (203), Penhook (202), Rocky Mount East (701), Rocky Mount South (703), Rocky Mount West (702), and Waidsboro (501) Precincts; part of Montgomery County comprised of the C-1 (301), C-2 (302), D-1 (401), D-2 (402), D-3 Part 1 (403), and D-4 (404) Precincts and parts of the B-1 (201), B-3 (203), B-4 (204), C-3 (303), C-4 (304), and D-5 (405) Precincts; part of Roanoke County comprised of the Bent Mountain (301), Bonsack (402), Castle Rock (305), Cave Spring (503), Clearbrook (505), Cotton Hill (501), Glenvar (103), Green Hill (106), Hunting Hills (507), Lindenwood (405), Mason Valley (102), Mount Pleasant (406), North Vinton (403), Oak Grove (304), Penn Forest (502), Peters Creek (105), Poages Mill (302), South Vinton (404), Wildwood (108), and Windsor Hills (303) Precincts and part of the Northside (104) Precinct; and part of Wythe County comprised of the East Wytheville (303), Fort Chiswell (401), Huddle (601), Jackson Memorial (501), Max Meadows (402), and Sheffey (502) Precincts.

Twentieth. All of Henry and Patrick Counties; all of the Cities of Galax and Martinsville; part of Carroll County comprised of the Fancy Gap (404), Gladesboro (203), Hillsville D (401), Lambsburg (103), Laurel Fork (202), Mount Bethel (101), Oakland A (104), Oakland D (403), and St. Paul (102) Precincts and parts of the Hillsville B (201) and Woodlawn D (402) Precincts; part of Franklin County comprised of the Dickinson (304), Fork Mountain (302), Snow Creek (301), and Sontag (303) Precincts and parts of the Glade Hill (201), Henry (401), Hodgesville (203), Penhook (202), Rocky Mount East (701), Rocky Mount South (703), Rocky Mount West (702), and Waidsboro (501) Precincts; part of Halifax County comprised of the Childrey (101), Courthouse (401), Liberty (102), Meadville (302), Mt. Carmel (603), Republican Grove (103), Sinai (305), South Boston West (802), Union (605), and Vernon Hill (304) Precincts and parts of the Black Walnut (601), Clays Mill (201), and South Boston East (801) Precincts; part of Pittsylvania County comprised of the Brosville (606), Chatham (105), Ferry Road (703), and Mt. Airy (308) Precincts and parts of the Bachelors Hall (702), Central (301), Climax (206), East Blairs (307), East Gretna (309), Gretna (207), Keeling (402), Kentuck (404), Renan (503), Riceville (305), and Ringgold (405) Precincts; and part of the City of Danville comprised of the Ward One (001), Ward Two (002), Ward Three (003), Ward Four (004), Ward Five (005), Ward Six (006), Ward Seven (007), Ward Eight (008), Ward Nine (009), Ward Ten (010), Ward Eleven (011), Ward Twelve (012), Ward Thirteen (013), Ward Fourteen (014), and Ward Fifteen (015) Precincts.

Twenty-first. All of Giles County; all of the City of Roanoke; part of Montgomery County comprised of the A-1 (101), A-2 (102), A-3 (103), B-2 (202), E-1 (501), E-2 (502), F-1 (601), F-2 (602), G-1 (701), and G-2 (702) Precincts and parts of the B-1 (201), B-3 (203), B-4 (204), C-3 (303), C-4 (304), and D-5 (405) Precincts; and part of Roanoke County comprised of the Bennett Springs (107), Botetourt Springs (204), Burlington (202), Catawba (101), Garst Mill (306), Mount Vernon (506), and Ogden (504) Precincts and part of the Northside (104) Precinct.

Twenty-second. All of Amherst, Appomattox, Buckingham, Cumberland, Fluvanna, Goochland, and Prince Edward Counties; part of Louisa County comprised of the Bumpass (601), Locust Creek (602), Sheltons Mill (701), and South Anna (702) Precincts; and part of the City of Lynchburg comprised of the First Ward Second Precinct (102), First Ward Third Precinct (103), First Ward Fourth Precinct (104), First Ward Fifth Precinct (105), Second Ward First Precinct (201), Second Ward Second Precinct (202), Second Ward Third Precinct (203), Third Ward First Precinct (301), Third Ward Second Precinct (302), Fourth Ward Second Precinct (402), and Fourth Ward Third Precinct (403) Precincts and part of the First Ward First Precinct (101) Precinct.

Twenty-third. All of Botetourt and Craig Counties; all of the City of Bedford; part of Bedford County comprised of the Bedford Christian Church (703), Bedford County PSA (302), Big Island Elem School (502), Body Camp Elem School (204), Boonsboro Elem School (505), Boonsboro Ruritan Club (506), Chamblissburg First Aid Bldg (103), Forest Elem School (401), Forest Youth Athletic Assoc. (304), Goode Rescue Squad (701), Goodview Elem School (101), Hardy Fire & Rescue Bldg (102), Knights of Columbus Bldg (403), Liberty High School (702), Moneta Elem School (203), Montvale Elem School (601), New London Academy (301), Odd Fellows Hall (504), Pleasant View (507), Saunders Grove Brethren Church (604), Sedalia Center (503), Shady Grove Baptist Church (602), Staunton River High School (202), Suck Springs (704), Thaxton Elem School (603), and Thomas Jefferson Elem School (402) Precincts; part of Campbell County comprised of the Airport (601), Altavista (303), Bedford Springs (202), Brookville (101), Concord (603), Court House (402), Evington (301), Kings (602), Lynch Station (302), New London (102), Spring Hill (501), Walker (201), and Yellow Branch (502) Precincts; part of Roanoke County comprised of the Hollins (206), Mountain View (203), Orchards (205), and Plantation (201) Precincts; and part of the City of Lynchburg comprised of the Third Ward Third Precinct (303), Third Ward Fourth Precinct (304), Third Ward Fifth Precinct (305), Fourth Ward First Precinct (401), and Fourth Ward Fourth Precinct (404) Precincts and part of the First Ward First Precinct (101) Precinct.

Twenty-fourth. All of Augusta, Greene, and Madison Counties; all of the Cities of Staunton and Waynesboro; part of Culpeper County comprised of the Brown's Store (402), Cardova (303), Eggbornsville (302), Eldorado (401), Lignum (703), Richardsville (704), and Rixeyville (502) Precincts and part of the Brandy Station (702) Precinct; and part of Rockingham County comprised of the Cross Keys (306), Elkton (501), Grottoes (304), Keezletown (301), Massanetta Springs (305), McGaheysville (503), Montezuma (402), Mt. Crawford (403), North River (303), Port Republic (302), South Fork (504), Stony Run (505), and Swift Run (502) Precincts.

Twenty-fifth. All of Alleghany, Bath, Highland, Nelson, and Rockbridge Counties; all of the Cities of Buena Vista, Charlottesville, Covington, and Lexington; and part of Albemarle County comprised of the Belfield (204), Brownsville (604), Burnley (505), Cale (405), Country Green (305), Crozet (601), Earlysville (603), East Ivy (304), Free Union (602), Hollymead (503), Ivy (301), Monticello (402), Northside (106), Porter's (403), Red Hill (302), Scottsville (401), Stone Robinson (406), University Hall (202), and Yellow Mountain (605) Precincts and parts of the Jack Jouett (201), Stony Point (502), and Woodbrook (101) Precincts.

Twenty-sixth. All of Page, Rappahannock, Shenandoah, and Warren Counties; all of the City of Harrisonburg; and part of Rockingham County comprised of the Bergton (104), Bridgewater (401), Broadway (101), Dayton (404), Edom (202), Fulks Run (103), Lacey Spring (105), Melrose (203), Mt. Clinton (204), Ottobine (207), Plains (107), Silver Lake (405), Singers Glen (201), Tenth Legion (106), and Timberville (102) Precincts.

Twenty-seventh. All of Clarke, Fauquier, and Frederick Counties; all of the City of Winchester; part of Culpeper County comprised of the Jeffersonton (501) Precinct and part of the Brandy Station (702) Precinct; part of Loudoun County comprised of the Aldie (309), Middleburg (307), and St. Louis (308) Precincts; and part of Stafford County comprised of the Hartwood (101) Precinct and part of the Ruby (203) Precinct.

Twenty-eighth. Part of King George County comprised of the Dahlgren (301), James Monroe (201), and Passapatanzy (102) Precincts and parts of the Courthouse (101) and Shiloh (401) Precincts; part of Prince William County comprised of the Alvey (406), Brentsville (101), Marshall (202), Mountain View (410), and Park (109) Precincts and parts of the Bennett (102), Benton (203), Buckland Mills (110), Cedar Point (112), Evergreen (401), Forest Park (310), Nokesville (104), and Woodbine (209) Precincts; part of Spotsylvania County comprised of the Elys Ford (201), Grange Hall (303), and Wilderness (202) Precincts and parts of the Brock (505) and Plank Road (301) Precincts; part of Stafford County comprised of the Aquia (401), Brooke (403), Chatham (602), Courthouse (402), Drew (503), Falmouth (502), Ferry Farm (601), Gayle (504), Grafton (501), Hampton (703), Harbor (303), Ramoth (104), Rocky Run (102), Roseville (202), Simpson (103), Stefaniga (204), White Oak (603), Whitson (702), and Woodlands (701) Precincts and parts of the Rock Hill (201), Ruby (203), and Widewater (302) Precincts; and part of Westmoreland County comprised of the Precinct 3-1 (301), Precinct 4-1 (401), and Precinct 5-1 (501) Precincts.

Twenty-ninth. All of the Cities of Manassas and Manassas Park; and part of Prince William County comprised of the Bel Air (606), Beville (205), Buckhall (103), Civic Center (604), Dale (601), Ellis (106), Enterprise (608), Freedom (609), Godwin (603), Kerrydale (607), King (206), Library (702), Neabsco (602), Potomac (302), Pr. William A (000), Saunders (201), Stonewall (405), and Westgate (407) Precincts and parts of the Bennett (102), Benton (203), Buckland Mills (110), Cedar Point (112), Featherstone (704), Lodge (207), Lynn (703), Marsteller (107), Minnieville (605), Nokesville (104), Occoquan (502), Parkside (105), Penn (210), Rippon (706), River Oaks (708), Sinclair (404), Sudley North (409), Swans Creek (311), Victory (108), and Woodbine (209) Precincts.

Thirtieth. Part of Arlington County comprised of the Abingdon (022), Arlington (001), Aurora Hills (003), Claremont (028), Columbia (009), Crystal City (006), Crystal Plaza (050), Fairlington (012), Four Mile Run (047), Glebe (030), Oakridge (032), Shirlington (042), and Virginia Highlands (021) Precincts; part of Fairfax County comprised of the Belle Haven (601), Belleview (602), Cameron (402), Clermont (423), Fort Hunt (605), Grosvenor (621), Huntington (607), Marlan (609), Mount Eagle (408), Waynewood (612), Westgate (613), and Whitman (614) Precincts and parts of the Groveton (405), Gunston (616), Hayfield (406), Hollin Hall (606), Rose Hill (410), Stratford (611), Villages (420), Virginia Hills (411), Wilton (425), and Woodley (615) Precincts; and part of the City of Alexandria comprised of the Agudas Achim Synagogue (203), Blessed Sacrament Church (204), Chinquapin Park Recreation Center (206), City Hall (102), Cora Kelley Center (106), Douglas MacArthur School (205), Durant Center (104), Fire Department Headquarters (109), George Mason School (202), George Washington Middle School (108), Ladrey Senior Building (101), Lee Center (105), Lyles Crouch School (103), Maury School (201), Mt. Vernon Recreation Center (107), and Nova Arts Center (208) Precincts.

Thirty-first. Part of Arlington County comprised of the Arlington Forest (025), Arlington Mill (043), Arlington View (038), Ashton Heights (002), Barcroft (005), Buckingham (045), Central (046), Cherrydale (007), Clarendon (014), Courtlands (048), Dawson (044), Fillmore (026), Glen Carlyn (013), Hume (008), Jefferson (027), Lyon Park (015), Lyon Village (016), Madison (035), Marshall (036), Monroe (049), Park Lane (018), Rosslyn (019), Taylor (051), Thrifton (020), Virginia Square (040), Wilson (010), and Woodbury (041) Precincts and part of the Ballston (004) Precinct; part of Fairfax County comprised of the Chain Bridge (301), Chesterbrook (302), Churchill (303), Clearview (321), Colvin (330), Cooper (304), Forestville (322), Great Falls (306), Hickory (328), Kenmore (309), Langley (311), Salona (316), Seneca (329), Shouse (323), Spring Hill (331), and Sugarland (327) Precincts; and part of Loudoun County comprised of the Lowes Island (607), Potomac Falls (209), Seneca (606), South Bank (609), Sugarland North (604), and Sugarland South (605) Precincts.

Thirty-second. Part of Arlington County comprised of the Ashlawn (039), Dominion Hills (029), East Falls Church (011), Lexington (031), Nottingham (037), Overlee Knolls (017), Rock Spring (033), Westover (023), Woodlawn (024), and Yorktown (034) Precincts and part of the Ballston (004) Precinct; and part of Fairfax County comprised of the Aldrin (234), Cameron Glen (238), Dogwood (220), El Nido (305), Floris (203), Fox Mill (229), Freedom Hill (704), Glade (223), Haycock (307), Hunters Woods (221), Kinross (908), Kirby (310), Lees Corner East (920), Lees Corner West (927), Longfellow (312), Magarity (726), McLean (314), Navy (911), North Point (233), Pimmit (315), Reston #1 (208), Reston #2 (209), Reston #3 (222), South Lakes (224), Stuart (236), Sunrise Valley (227), Terraset (225), Tysons (731), Vale (914), Waples Mill (916), Westbriar (219), Westhampton (317), Westmoreland (318), and Wolftrap (226) Precincts and parts of the Flint Hill (202) and Franklin (905) Precincts.

Thirty-third. Part of Fairfax County comprised of the Brookfield (902), Coppermine (239), Frying Pan (235), Herndon #1 (319), Herndon #2 (320), Herndon #3 (324), Hutchison (325), and McNair (237) Precincts and part of the Franklin (905) Precinct; and part of Loudoun County comprised of the Algonkian (208), Balls Bluff (406), Belmont Ridge (815), Brandon Park (506), Buchanan (211), Carter (117), Cascades (210), Claude Moore Park (212), Countryside (213), Dry Mill (503), East Leesburg (502), Farmwell Station (812), Forest Grove (705), Greenway (405), Guilford (704), Harper Park (407), Legacy (116), Mill Run (113), Mirror Ridge (608), Oak Grove (110), Park View (702), River Bend (207), Rolling Ridge (703), Selden's Landing (813), Smart's Mill (504), Sully (701), Tolbert (410), and West Leesburg (501) Precincts and parts of the Briar Woods (111), Cool Spring (505), Dulles South (114), Eagle Ridge (106), and Weller (816) Precincts.

Thirty-fourth. All of the City of Fairfax; and part of Fairfax County comprised of the Blake (701), Bonnie Brae (126), Camelot (522), Cub Run (903), Deer Park (921), Fairfax A (0700), Greenbriar East (846), Greenbriar West (847), Kilmer (733), Laurel (119), Long Branch (122), Mantua (707), Mosby (709), Nottoway (729), Oak Hill (113), Oak Marr (732), Oakton (727), Olde Creek (109), Olley (124), Penderbrook (730), Pine Ridge (718), Poplar Tree (928), Price (711), Ridgelea (528), Robinson (123), Rocky Run (913), Sideburn (120), Stenwood (719), Stone (917), Thoreau (720), Vienna #1 (213), Vienna #2 (214), Vienna #4 (216), Vienna #6 (218), Villa (121), Wakefield (116), Walker (714), and Woodson (117) Precincts and parts of the Centerpointe (844), Flint Hill (202), Lake Braddock (118), and Popes Head (841) Precincts.

Thirty-fifth. All of the City of Falls Church; part of Fairfax County comprised of the Baileys (501), Barcroft (502), Bren Mar (526), Brook Hill (521), Cardinal (128), Crestwood (415), Edsall (527), Fort Buffalo (703), Glen Forest (505), Glen Forest #2 (529), Graham (705), Greenway (706), Holmes #1 (506), Holmes #2 (530), Irving (827), Keene Mill (129), Leewood (531), Lincolnia (507), Lynbrook (418), Marshall (708), Merrifield (721), North Springfield # 1 (110), North Springfield # 2 (111), Parklawn (510), Pine Spring (710), Poe (523), Ravensworth (115), Ravenwood (511), Shreve (712), Skyline (520), Timber Lane (713), Walnut Hill # 1 (525), Walnut Hill # 2 (728), Westlawn (515), Weyanoke (516), Whittier (524), and Willston (517) Precincts and parts of the Kings Park (108) and Sleepy Hollow (512) Precincts; and part of the City of Alexandria comprised of the John Adams School (305), South Port (307), St. James Church (210), and William Ramsey School (306) Precincts.

Thirty-sixth. Part of Fairfax County comprised of the Bucknell (604), Fairfield (413), Franconia (404), Huntley (424), Kirkside (608), Lorton Center (625), Sherwood (610), and Woodlawn (627) Precincts and parts of the Belvoir (619), Groveton (405), Gunston (616), Hayfield (406), Hollin Hall (606), Stratford (611), Villages (420), Virginia Hills (411), Wilton (425), and Woodley (615) Precincts; part of Prince William County comprised of the Ashland (309), Belmont (701), Bethel (506), Chinn (507), Dumfries (301), Graham Park (303), Henderson (307), Kilby (707), Montclair (308), Pattie (305), Potomac View (705), Powell (211), Quantico (304), and Washington-Reid (306) Precincts and parts of the Featherstone (704), Forest Park (310), Lodge (207), Lynn (703), Minnieville (605), Occoquan (502), Rippon (706), River Oaks (708), and Swans Creek (311) Precincts; and part of Stafford County comprised of the Griffis (301) Precinct and parts of the Rock Hill (201) and Widewater (302) Precincts.

Thirty-seventh. Part of Fairfax County comprised of the Belvedere (503), Bristow (102), Bull Run (923), Burke (801), Burke Centre (127), Centre Ridge (901), Centreville (918), Chapel (104), Cherry Run (825), Columbia (518), Dulles (904), Eagle View (853), Fair Oaks (848), Fairlakes (843), Fairview (105), Heritage (106), Hummer (519), London Towne East (910), London Towne West (924), Masonville (508), Monument (852), Old Mill (925), Orange (824), Parkway (842), Pohick (811), Powell (926), Saint Albans (513), Sangster (838), Signal Hill (125), Terra Centre (130), Valley (812), Virginia Run (915), White Oaks (833), Willow Springs (851), and Woodburn (717) Precincts and parts of the Centerpointe (844), Fairfax Station (805), Green Trails (919), Hunt (624), Kings Park (108), Lake Braddock (118), Popes Head (841), and Sleepy Hollow (512) Precincts.

Thirty-eighth. All of Bland, Buchanan, Dickenson, Pulaski, Russell, and Tazewell Counties; all of the Cities of Norton and Radford; part of Montgomery County comprised of the D-3 Part 2 (4032) Precinct; part of Smyth County comprised of the Rich Valley (202) and Saltville (101) Precincts; and part of Wise County comprised of the Appalachia (101), Big Stone Gap (301), Dorchester (102), East Pound (203), Guest River (103), St. Paul (403), and West Pound (104) Precincts.

Thirty-ninth. Part of Fairfax County comprised of the Alban (623), Bush Hill (401), Clifton (803), Fountainhead (845), Garfield (417), Greenspring (426), Island Creek (427), Kingstowne (421), Lane (419), Laurel Hill (628), Lorton (617), Lorton Station (622), Newgate North (849), Newgate South (854), Newington (618), Pioneer (409), Saratoga (626), Silverbrook (839), South County (629), South Run (850), Van Dorn (422), West Springfield (840), and Woodyard (815) Precincts and parts of the Belvoir (619), Fairfax Station (805), Green Trails (919), Hunt (624), and Rose Hill (410) Precincts; part of Prince William County comprised of the Lake Ridge (501), McCoart (204), Mohican (505), Old Bridge (503), Rockledge (504), Signal Hill (114), Springwoods (508), and Westridge (208) Precincts and parts of the Benton (203), Parkside (105), and Penn (210) Precincts; and part of the City of Alexandria comprised of the Cameron Station Community Center (308), Charles E. Beatley Library (303), James K. Polk School (209), Patrick Henry Rec Center (302), Samuel Tucker School (304), and Temple Beth El Synagogue (207) Precincts.

Fortieth. All of Grayson, Lee, Scott, and Washington Counties; all of the City of Bristol; part of Smyth County comprised of the Adwolfe (701), Atkins (501), Chilhowie (301), East Park (401), Konnarock (703), Royal Oak East (601), Royal Oak West (602), Seven Mile Ford (201), St. Clair (302), Sugar Grove (702), Wassona (502), and West Park (402) Precincts; part of Wise County comprised of the Clinch Valley (401), East Stone Gap (302), North Coeburn (201), South Coeburn (402), and Wise (202) Precincts; and part of Wythe County comprised of the Evergreen (603), Royal Oak (101), Rural Retreat (102), West Wytheville (203), and Zion (602) Precincts.

2011, Sp. Sess. I, c. 1.

§ 24.2-304. Repealed.

Repealed by Acts 2001, Sp. Sess. I, c. 1.

§ 24.2-304.01. Repealed.

Repealed by Acts 2011, Sp. Sess. I, c. 1, cl. 2, effective April 29, 2011.

§ 24.2-304.03. House of Delegates districts.

A. There shall be 100 members of the House of Delegates elected from 100 House of Delegates districts and each district is entitled to representation by one delegate.

B. All references in this section to boundaries of counties and cities shall be interpreted to refer to those in existence on April 1, 2011, and as reported by the United States Bureau of the Census in the 2010 Census reports provided pursuant to United States Public Law 94-171, notwithstanding subsequent boundary changes by law, annexation, merger, consolidation, or the voiding of boundary changes theretofore made final.

C. Parts of counties and cities listed in subsection D are defined by reference to the 2010 Census reports for the precincts, parts of precincts, and blocks listed for each House of Delegates district in the Statistical Report on file with the Clerk of the House of Delegates for the Act of Assembly containing the final enactment of this section. Precincts shall be interpreted to refer to those in existence on April 1, 2011, and as reported by the United States Bureau of the Census in the 2010 Census reports provided pursuant to United States Public Law 94-171, notwithstanding subsequent changes made by localities.

D. The 100 House of Delegates districts are:

First. All of Lee and Scott Counties; all of the City of Norton; and part of Wise County comprised of the Appalachia (101), Big Stone Gap (301), Clinch Valley (401), Dorchester (102), East Stone Gap (302), Guest River (103), and Wise (202) Precincts and part of the East Pound (203) Precinct.

Second. Part of Prince William County comprised of the Belmont (701), Featherstone (704), Potomac View (705), Quantico (304), Rippon (706), River Oaks (708), and Swans Creek (311) Precincts; and part of Stafford County comprised of the Rock Hill (201), Roseville (202), Ruby (203), Stefaniga (204), Widewater (302), and Woodlands (701) Precincts and part of the Whitson (702) Precinct.

Third. All of Bland, Buchanan, and Tazewell Counties; and part of Russell County comprised of the Drill (401) and Swords Creek (402) Precincts and part of the Honaker (303) Precinct.

Fourth. All of Dickenson County; part of Russell County comprised of the Cleveland (203), Cooks Mill (301), Copper Creek (102), Dante (202), Daughterty (302), East Lebanon (501), Elk Garden (403), Moccasin (101), North Castlewood (201), South Castlewood (103), and West Lebanon (502) Precincts and part of the Honaker (303) Precinct; part of Washington County comprised of the Burson Place (601), East Abingdon (101), Greendale (202), Mendota (602), South Abingdon (302), Valley Institute (603), Wallace (702), and West Abingdon (102) Precincts; and part of Wise County comprised of the North Coeburn (201), South Coeburn (402), St. Paul (403), and West Pound (104) Precincts and part of the East Pound (203) Precinct.

Fifth. All of Grayson County; all of the Cities of Bristol and Galax; part of Smyth County comprised of the Adwolfe (701), Chilhowie (301), Konnarock (703), Royal Oak West (602), Seven Mile Ford (201), and St. Clair (302) Precincts; and part of Washington County comprised of the Clinchburg (201), Damascus (502), Glade Spring (401), Green Cove (504), Hayter's Gap (203), High Point (701), John Battle (703), Meadowview (402), Rhea Valley (501), and Watauga (301) Precincts.

Sixth. All of Carroll and Wythe Counties; and part of Smyth County comprised of the Atkins (501), East Park (401), Rich Valley (202), Royal Oak East (601), Saltville (101), Sugar Grove (702), Wassona (502), and West Park (402) Precincts.

Seventh. All of Floyd County; part of Montgomery County comprised of the B-3 (203), B-4 (204), C-2 (302), D-1 (401), D-2 (402), D-3 Part 1 (403), D-4 (404), and D-5 (405) Precincts and part of the E-1 (501) Precinct; and part of Pulaski County comprised of the Draper (201), Dublin (301), Hiwassee (302), Massie (401), Newbern (203), Robinson (501), Snowville (304), South Pulaski (202), Walker (402), and West Cloyd (103) Precincts.

Eighth. All of Craig County; all of the City of Salem; part of Montgomery County comprised of the A-1 (101), B-2 (202), C-1 (301), C-3 (303), and C-4 (304) Precincts; and part of Roanoke County comprised of the Bennett Springs (107), Bent Mountain (301), Castle Rock (305), Catawba (101), Cave Spring (503), Cotton Hill (501), Glenvar (103), Green Hill (106), Mason Valley (102), Oak Grove (304), Poages Mill (302), and Wildwood (108) Precincts and part of the Penn Forest (502) Precinct.

Ninth. All of Patrick County; part of Franklin County comprised of the Boones Mill (601), Bowmans (503), Callaway (502), Dickinson (304), Dudley (204), Endicott (403), Ferrum (402), Fork Mountain (302), Glade Hill (201), Gogginsville (504), Henry (401), Hodgesville (203), Penhook (202), Rocky Mount East (701), Rocky Mount South (703), Rocky Mount West (702), Scruggs (103), Snow Creek (301), Sontag (303), and Waidsboro (501) Precincts; and part of Henry County comprised of the Bassett No. 1 (501), Bassett No. 2 (101), Gunville (102), Horsepasture #1 (202), Scott's Tanyard (103), and Spencer (204) Precincts.

Tenth. Part of Clarke County comprised of the White Post (401) Precinct and part of the Millwood (301) Precinct; part of Frederick County comprised of the Carpers Valley (401) and Shenandoah (402) Precincts and part of the Parkins Mill (403) Precinct; and part of Loudoun County comprised of the Aldie (309), Brandon Park (506), Briar Woods (111), Cool Spring (505), Dry Mill (503), East Leesburg (502), Evergreen (408), Harper Park (407), Middleburg (307), Smart's Mill (504), St. Louis (308), Tolbert (410), and West Leesburg (501) Precincts and parts of the Belmont Ridge (815), Philomont (305), and Pinebrook (115) Precincts.

Eleventh. Part of the City of Roanoke comprised of the Eureka Park (020), Fishburn Park (031), Highland No. 1 (001), Highland No. 2 (002), Jefferson No. 1 (005), Jefferson No. 2 (008), Lincoln Terrace (016), Melrose (019), Peters Creek (018), Raleigh Court No. 1 (024), Raleigh Court No. 2 (026), Raleigh Court No. 3 (027), Raleigh Court No. 4 (028), Raleigh Court No. 5 (029), South Roanoke No. 1 (033), South Roanoke No. 2 (034), Tinker (009), Villa Heights (021), Wasena (030), Washington Heights (022), Westside (023), Williamson Road No. 1 (010), Williamson Road No. 2 (011), Williamson Road No. 3 (012), Williamson Road No. 4 (013), Williamson Road No. 5 (014), and Williamson Road No. 6 (015) Precincts.

Twelfth. All of Giles County; all of the City of Radford; part of Montgomery County comprised of the A-2 (102), A-3 (103), B-1 (201), D-3 Part 2 (4032), E-2 (502), F-1 (601), F-2 (602), G-1 (701), and G-2 (702) Precincts and part of the E-1 (501) Precinct; and part of Pulaski County comprised of the Belspring (101) and New River (102) Precincts.

Thirteenth. All of the City of Manassas Park; and part of Prince William County comprised of the Buckland Mills (110), Bull Run (403), Glenkirk (408), Limestone (113), Mullen (411), Pace West (412), Parkside (105), Signal Hill (114), Sinclair (404), and Sudley North (409) Precincts and parts of the Battlefield (402) and Stonewall (405) Precincts.

Fourteenth. All of the City of Danville; part of Henry County comprised of the Fontaine (601), Hillcrest (602), Irisburg (303), Mount Olivet (304), Ridgeway #1 (603), and Ridgeway #2 (604) Precincts and part of the Axton (302) Precinct; and part of Pittsylvania County comprised of the Bachelors Hall (702), Brosville (606), Ferry Road (703), Keeling (402), Kentuck (404), Mt. Hermon (704), Ringgold (405), and Stony Mill (603) Precincts.

Fifteenth. All of Page and Shenandoah Counties; part of Rockingham County comprised of the Lacey Spring (105) and Tenth Legion (106) Precincts and part of the Plains (107) Precinct; and part of Warren County comprised of the Bentonville (502), Browntown (504), Fork Town (101), Otterburn (102), and Waterlick (103) Precincts.

Sixteenth. All of the City of Martinsville; part of Henry County comprised of the Collinsville Number 1 (401), Collinsville Number 2 (404), Daniel's Creek (402), Dyers Store (505), Fieldale (201), Figsboro (502), Horsepasture #2 (203), Mountain Valley (305), Mountain View (405), Oak Level (504), and Stanleytown (503) Precincts and part of the Axton (302) Precinct; and part of Pittsylvania County comprised of the Bearskin (602), Callands (201), Central (301), Chatham (105), Climax (206), Dry Fork (607), East Blairs (307), East Gretna (309), Gretna (207), Hurt (501), Motley Sycamore (502), Mt. Airy (308), Mt. Cross (705), Renan (503), Riceville (305), Sandy Level (204), Swansonville (604), Tunstall (106), Twin Springs (103), West Blairs (108), and Whitmell (605) Precincts.

Seventeenth. Part of Botetourt County comprised of the Cloverdale (502) Precinct; part of Roanoke County comprised of the Bonsack (402), Botetourt Springs (204), Burlington (202), Clearbrook (505), Garst Mill (306), Hollins (206), Hunting Hills (507), Lindenwood (405), Mount Pleasant (406), Mount Vernon (506), Mountain View (203), North Vinton (403), Northside (104), Ogden (504), Orchards (205), Peters Creek (105), Plantation (201), South Vinton (404), and Windsor Hills (303) Precincts and part of the Penn Forest (502) Precinct; and part of the City of Roanoke comprised of the Garden City (037), Grandin Court (032), Jefferson-Riverdale (007), Lee-Hi (035), and Monterey (017) Precincts.

Eighteenth. All of Rappahannock County; part of Culpeper County comprised of the Brandy Station (702), Eggbornsville (302), Jeffersonton (501), and Rixeyville (502) Precincts; part of Fauquier County comprised of the Airlie (202), Baldwin Ridge (203), Bealeton (303), Broad Run (503), Courthouse (201), Leeds (402), Marshall (401), Opal (105), The Plains (501), Warrenton (204), and Waterloo (403) Precincts; and part of Warren County comprised of the East Shenandoah (401), Happy Creek (201), Linden (202), and South River (501) Precincts.

Nineteenth. All of Alleghany County; all of the Cities of Bedford and Covington; part of Bedford County comprised of the Bedford Christian Church (703), Bedford County PSA (302), Goode Rescue Squad (701), Goodview Elem School (101), Hardy Fire & Rescue Bldg (102), Montvale Elem School (601), Saunders Grove Brethren Church (604), and Shady Grove Baptist Church (602) Precincts and parts of the Liberty High School (702) and Thaxton Elem School (603) Precincts; and part of Botetourt County comprised of the Amsterdam (101), Asbury (102), Blue Ridge (201), Buchanan (301), Courthouse (402), Coyner Springs (501), Eagle Rock (403), Glen Wilton (404), Mill Creek (302), Oriskany (405), Rainbow Forest (202), Roaring Run (303), Springwood (304), Town Hall (406), and Troutville (104) Precincts.

Twentieth. All of Highland County; all of the Cities of Staunton and Waynesboro; part of Augusta County comprised of the Buffalo Gap (401), Cedar Green (405), Churchville Fire Station (304), Churchville School (402), Deerfield (404), Expo (102), Jolivue (101), Lyndhurst (603), Mount Solon (303), North River (302), and Sherando (601) Precincts and parts of the Fisherville (802) and White Hill (504) Precincts; and part of Nelson County comprised of the Montebello (402), Nellysford (502), Rockfish (101), and Roseland (401) Precincts.

Twenty-first. Part of the City of Chesapeake comprised of the Waterway (049) Precinct; and part of the City of Virginia Beach comprised of the Bellamy (043), Centerville (044), Colonial (065), Cromwell (054), Dahlia (073), Glenwood (058), Hillcrest (087), Indian Lakes (078), Lake Christopher (089), Manor (068), Rosemont Forest (064), Round Hill (071), Stratford Chase (051), Timberlake (045), and Windsor Oaks (036) Precincts.

Twenty-second. Part of Bedford County comprised of the Bethesda Methodist Church (303), Body Camp Elem School (204), Chamblissburg First Aid Bldg (103), Forest Youth Athletic Assoc. (304), Huddleston Elem School (305), Knights Of Columbus Bldg (403), Moneta Elem School (203), New London Academy (301), Pleasant View (507), Saunders Vol Fire Dept (205), Staunton River High School (202), and Thomas Jefferson Elem School (402) Precincts; part of Campbell County comprised of the Airport (601), Brookville (101), Kings (602), New London (102), and Walker (201) Precincts; part of Franklin County comprised of the Bonbrook (602), Burnt Chimney (102) and Cooper's Cove (603) Precincts; and part of the City of Lynchburg comprised of the Second Ward First Precinct (201), Second Ward Second Precinct (202), Second Ward Third Precinct (203), Third Ward First Precinct (301), Third Ward Second Precinct (302), and Third Ward Third Precinct (303) Precincts.

Twenty-third. Part of Amherst County comprised of the Madison (501) and Wright Shop (101) Precincts and parts of the Amelon (401) and Elon (302) Precincts; part of Bedford County comprised of the Big Island Elem School (502), Boonsboro Elem School (505), Boonsboro Ruritan Club (506), Forest Elem School (401), Odd Fellows Hall (504), Sedalia Center (503), and Suck Springs (704) Precincts and parts of the Liberty High School (702) and Thaxton Elem School (603) Precincts; and part of the City of Lynchburg comprised of the First Ward First Precinct (101), First Ward Second Precinct (102), First Ward Third Precinct (103), First Ward Fourth Precinct (104), First Ward Fifth Precinct (105), Third Ward Fourth Precinct (304), Third Ward Fifth Precinct (305), Fourth Ward First Precinct (401), Fourth Ward Second Precinct (402), Fourth Ward Third Precinct (403), and Fourth Ward Fourth Precinct (404) Precincts.

Twenty-fourth. All of Bath and Rockbridge Counties; all of the Cities of Buena Vista and Lexington; part of Amherst County comprised of the Coolwell (103), Courthouse (201), Lonco (402), Monroe (301), New Glasgow (102), Pleasant View (303), and Temperance (202) Precincts and parts of the Amelon (401) and Elon (302) Precincts; and part of Augusta County comprised of the Craigsville (403), Greenville (501), Middlebrook (502), Spottswood (503), and Stuarts Draft (602) Precincts and part of the White Hill (504) Precinct.

Twenty-fifth. Part of Albemarle County comprised of the Belfield (204), Brownsville (604), Crozet (601), Ivy (301), Jack Jouett (201), and Yellow Mountain (605) Precincts and part of the East Ivy (304) Precinct; part of Augusta County comprised of the Crimora (201), Dooms (801), Fort Defiance (301), New Hope (202), Verona (103), Weyers Cave (203), and Wilson (803) Precincts and part of the Fishersville (802) Precinct; and part of Rockingham County comprised of the Bridgewater (401), Grottoes (304), Massanetta Springs (305), Montezuma (402), Mt. Crawford (403), North River (303), Ottobine (207), and Port Republic (302) Precincts.

Twenty-sixth. All of the City of Harrisonburg; and part of Rockingham County comprised of the Bergton (104), Broadway (101), Dayton (404), Edom (202), Fulks Run (103), Keezletown (301), Melrose (203), Mt. Clinton (204), Silver Lake (405), Singers Glen (201), Stony Run (505), and Timberville (102) Precincts and part of the Plains (107) Precinct.

Twenty-seventh. Part of Chesterfield County comprised of the Beaufont (513), Crenshaw (414), Crestwood (502), Deer Run (302), Genito (402), Harbour Pointe (401), Huguenot (501), Jacobs (204), La Prade (405), Manchester (409), Monacan (407), Providence (404), Reams (408), S. Manchester (308), Spring Run (316), St. Lukes (212), Wagstaff (410), and Watkins (514) Precincts and parts of the Bailey Bridge (315), Davis (515), and Evergreen (312) Precincts.

Twenty-eighth. Part of Stafford County comprised of the Aquia (401), Brooke (403), Chatham (602), Courthouse (402), Drew (503), Falmouth (502), Ferry Farm (601), Gayle (504), Grafton (501), Griffis (301), Harbor (303), and White Oak (603) Precincts and part of the Hampton (703) Precinct; and part of the City of Fredericksburg comprised of the District 2 (201) and District 4-Precinct 2 (402) Precincts and part of the District 4 (401) Precinct.

Twenty-ninth. All of the City of Winchester; part of Frederick County comprised of the Albin (202), Canterburg (503), Cedar Creek (104), Gainesborough (201), Gore (102), Kernstown (103), Newtown (502), Redland (203), Russells (101), Stephens City (501), and White Hall (303) Precincts and part of the Parkins Mill (403) Precinct; and part of Warren County comprised of the North River (301), Reliance (303), Riverton (302), and West Shenandoah (402) Precincts.

Thirtieth. All of Madison and Orange Counties; and part of Culpeper County comprised of the Brown's Store (402), Cardova (303), East Fairfax (201), Eldorado (401), Lignum (703), Mitchells (601), Pearl Sample (602), Richardsville (704), and West Fairfax (101) Precincts.

Thirty-first. Part of Fauquier County comprised of the Casanova (103), Catlett (102), Kettle Run (101), and New Baltimore (502) Precincts; and part of Prince William County comprised of the Ashland (309), Beville (205), Enterprise (608), Forest Park (310), King (206), Lodge (207), Montclair (308), Park (109), Pattie (305), Powell (211), Saunders (201), and Washington-Reid (306) Precincts and parts of the Benton (203), Godwin (603), Henderson (307), and Minnieville (605) Precincts.

Thirty-second. Part of Loudoun County comprised of the Algonkian (208), Ashburn Farm (102), Cedar Lane (810), Dominion (811), Eagle Ridge (106), Farmwell Station (812), Hillside (105), Newton-Lee (814), Russell Branch (809), Sanders Corner (101), Selden's Landing (813), Stone Bridge (808), and Weller (816) Precincts and parts of the Belmont Ridge (815), Countryside (213), and Mill Run (113) Precincts.

Thirty-third. Part of Clarke County comprised of the Berryville (201), Blue Ridge (502), Buckmarsh (501), Pine Grove (302), and Russell (101) Precincts and part of the Millwood (301) Precinct; part of Frederick County comprised of the Ash Hollow (602), Clear Brook (301), Greenwood (603), Millbrook (601), and Neffs Town (302) Precincts; and part of Loudoun County comprised of the Balls Bluff (406), Between The Hills (306), Clarkes Gap (409), East Lovettsville (411), Greenway (405), Hamilton (304), Heritage (412), Hillsboro (303), Lucketts (403), Purcellville One (301), Purcellville Two (310), Round Hill (302), Waterford (402), West Lovettsville (401), and Woodgrove (311) Precincts and part of the Philomont (305) Precinct.

Thirty-fourth. Part of Fairfax County comprised of the Chain Bridge (301), Churchill (303), Colvin (330), Cooper (304), Forestville (322), Great Falls (306), Hickory (328), Kenmore (309), Langley (311), Seneca (329), Shouse (323), Spring Hill (331), Westbriar (219), and Wolftrap (226) Precincts and part of the Salona (316) Precinct; and part of Loudoun County comprised of the Lowes Island (607), Potomac Falls (209), River Bend (207), Seneca (606), South Bank (609), Sugarland North (604), and Sugarland South (605) Precincts.

Thirty-fifth. Part of Fairfax County comprised of the Blake (701), Centerpointe (844), Freedom Hill (704), Kilmer (733), Magarity (726), Nottoway (729), Oak Marr (732), Oakton (727), Penderbrook (730), Stenwood (719), Thoreau (720), Tysons (731), Vienna #1 (213), Vienna #2 (214), Vienna #4 (216), and Vienna #6 (218) Precincts and parts of the Flint Hill (202) and Mosby (709) Precincts.

Thirty-sixth. Part of Fairfax County comprised of the Aldrin (234), Cameron Glen (238), Dogwood (220), Frying Pan (235), Glade (223), Hunters Woods (221), McNair (237), North Point (233), Reston #1 (208), Reston #2 (209), Reston #3 (222), South Lakes (224), Sunrise Valley (227), and Terraset (225) Precincts and parts of the Flint Hill (202) and Vale (914) Precincts.

Thirty-seventh. All of the City of Fairfax; and part of Fairfax County comprised of the Eagle View (853), Fair Oaks (848), Fairfax A (0700), London Towne East (910), Monument (852), Powell (926), Sideburn (120), and Villa (121) Precincts and parts of the London Towne West (924), Mosby (709), Stone (917), Willow Springs (851), and Woodson (117) Precincts.

Thirty-eighth. Part of Fairfax County comprised of the Barcroft (502), Belvedere (503), Bristow (102), Brook Hill (521), Columbia (518), Heritage (106), Holmes #1 (506), Holmes #2 (530), Hummer (519), Lincolnia (507), Masonville (508), Parklawn (510), Poe (523), Ravenwood (511), Saint Albans (513), Sleepy Hollow (512), and Westlawn (515) Precincts and parts of the Baileys (501) and Weyanoke (516) Precincts.

Thirty-ninth. Part of Fairfax County comprised of the Alban (623), Bren Mar (526), Chapel (104), Crestwood (415), Edsall (527), Garfield (417), Greenspring (426), Kings Park (108), Leewood (531), Long Branch (122), Lynbrook (418), North Springfield # 1 (110), North Springfield # 2 (111), Oak Hill (113), Pioneer (409), Ravensworth (115), Ridgelea (528), Saratoga (626), and Wakefield (116) Precincts and parts of the Camelot (522), Lake Braddock (118), Lane (419), and Weyanoke (516) Precincts.

Fortieth. Part of Fairfax County comprised of the Bull Run (923), Centre Ridge (901), Centreville (918), Clifton (803), Deer Park (921), Fairfax Station (805), Green Trails (919), Newgate North (849), Newgate South (854), Old Mill (925), Popes Head (841), and Virginia Run (915) Precincts and parts of the London Towne West (924), Willow Springs (851), and Woodyard (815) Precincts; and part of Prince William County comprised of the Mountain View (410) Precinct and parts of the Alvey (406) and Battlefield (402) Precincts.

Forty-first. Part of Fairfax County comprised of the Bonnie Brae (126), Burke (801), Burke Centre (127), Cherry Run (825), Fairview (105), Laurel (119), Mantua (707), Olde Creek (109), Olley (124), Parkway (842), Price (711), Robinson (123), Signal Hill (125), Terra Centre (130), and White Oaks (833) Precincts and parts of the Lake Braddock (118), Pohick (811), and Woodson (117) Precincts.

Forty-second. Part of Fairfax County comprised of the Cardinal (128), Fountainhead (845), Gunston (616), Hunt (624), Irving (827), Keene Mill (129), Laurel Hill (628), Newington (618), Orange (824), Sangster (838), Silverbrook (839), South County (629), South Run (850), Valley (812), West Springfield (840), and Westgate (613) Precincts and parts of the Lorton (617), Pohick (811), and Woodyard (815) Precincts.

Forty-third. Part of Fairfax County comprised of the Bush Hill (401), Cameron (402), Clermont (423), Franconia (404), Huntley (424), Island Creek (427), Kingstowne (421), Lorton Center (625), Lorton Station (622), Mount Eagle (408), Rose Hill (410), Van Dorn (422), Villages (420), Virginia Hills (411), and Wilton (425) Precincts and parts of the Belvoir (619), Hayfield (406), Huntington (607), Lane (419), and Lorton (617) Precincts.

Forty-fourth. Part of Fairfax County comprised of the Bucknell (604), Fairfield (413), Fort Hunt (605), Groveton (405), Hollin Hall (606), Kirkside (608), Marlan (609), Sherwood (610), Stratford (611), Waynewood (612), Whitman (614), Woodlawn (627), and Woodley (615) Precincts and parts of the Belle Haven (601), Belvoir (619), and Hayfield (406) Precincts.

Forty-fifth. Part of Arlington County comprised of the Abingdon (022), Aurora Hills (003), Fairlington (012), and Shirlington (042) Precincts and part of the Oakridge (032) Precinct; part of Fairfax County comprised of the Belleview (602) and Grosvenor (621) Precincts and parts of the Belle Haven (601) and Huntington (607) Precincts; and part of the City of Alexandria comprised of the Agudas Achim Synagogue (203), Blessed Sacrament Church (204), City Hall (102), Cora Kelley Center (106), Durant Center (104), Fire Department Headquarters (109), George Mason School (202), George Washington Middle School (108), Ladrey Senior Building (101), Lee Center (105), Lyles Crouch School (103), Maury School (201), and Mt. Vernon Recreation Center (107) Precincts.

Forty-sixth. Part of the City of Alexandria comprised of the Cameron Station Community Center (308), Charles E. Beatley Library (303), Chinquapin Park Recreation Center (206), Douglas MacArthur School (205), James K. Polk School (209), John Adams School (305), Nova Arts Center (208), Patrick Henry Rec Center (302), Samuel Tucker School (304), South Port (307), St. James Church (210), Temple Beth El Synagogue (207), and William Ramsey School (306) Precincts.

Forty-seventh. Part of Arlington County comprised of the Arlington Forest (025), Ashlawn (039), Ashton Heights (002), Ballston (004), Barcroft (005), Buckingham (045), Central (046), Clarendon (014), Courtlands (048), Dominion Hills (029), East Falls Church (011), Glen Carlyn (013), Lexington (031), Lyon Park (015), Monroe (049), Nottingham (037), Overlee Knolls (017), Park Lane (018), Taylor (051), Virginia Square (040), Westover (023), and Woodbury (041) Precincts and part of the Jefferson (027) Precinct.

Forty-eighth. Part of Arlington County comprised of the Cherrydale (007), Crystal City (006), Crystal Plaza (050), Dawson (044), Lyon Village (016), Madison (035), Marshall (036), Rock Spring (033), Rosslyn (019), Thrifton (020), Wilson (010), Woodlawn (024), and Yorktown (034) Precincts; and part of Fairfax County comprised of the Chesterbrook (302), El Nido (305), Haycock (307), Kirby (310), Longfellow (312), McLean (314), and Westmoreland (318) Precincts and part of the Salona (316) Precinct.

Forty-ninth. Part of Arlington County comprised of the Arlington (001), Arlington Mill (043), Arlington View (038), Claremont (028), Columbia (009), Fillmore (026), Four Mile Run (047), Glebe (030), Hume (008), and Virginia Highlands (021) Precincts and parts of the Jefferson (027) and Oakridge (032) Precincts; and part of Fairfax County comprised of the Glen Forest (505), Glen Forest #2 (529), Skyline (520), and Willston (517) Precincts and part of the Baileys (501) Precinct.

Fiftieth. All of the City of Manassas; and part of Prince William County comprised of the Bristow Run (111), Cedar Point (112), Ellis (106), Marsteller (107), Pr. William A (000), Victory (108), and Westgate (407) Precincts and part of the Stonewall (405) Precinct.

Fifty-first. Part of Prince William County comprised of the Bennett (102), Bethel (506), Brentsville (101), Buckhall (103), Chinn (507), Kerrydale (607), Lake Ridge (501), Marshall (202), McCoart (204), Mohican (505), Nokesville (104), Old Bridge (503), Penn (210), Rockledge (504), Springwoods (508), Westridge (208), and Woodbine (209) Precincts and part of the Benton (203) Precinct.

Fifty-second. Part of Prince William County comprised of the Bel Air (606), Civic Center (604), Dale (601), Dumfries (301), Freedom (609), Graham Park (303), Kilby (707), Library (702), Lynn (703), Neabsco (602), Occoquan (502), and Potomac (302) Precincts and parts of the Godwin (603), Henderson (307), and Minnieville (605) Precincts.

Fifty-third. All of the City of Falls Church; and part of Fairfax County comprised of the Fort Buffalo (703), Graham (705), Greenway (706), Marshall (708), Merrifield (721), Pimmit (315), Pine Ridge (718), Pine Spring (710), Shreve (712), Timber Lane (713), Walker (714), Walnut Hill # 1 (525), Walnut Hill # 2 (728), Westhampton (317), Whittier (524), and Woodburn (717) Precincts and part of the Camelot (522) Precinct.

Fifty-fourth. Part of Caroline County comprised of the Woodford (303) Precinct; and part of Spotsylvania County comprised of the Battlefield (701), Brock (505), Chancellor (204), Courthouse (504), Fairview (703), Frazers Gate (402), Lee Hill (403), Massaponax (104), Piedmont (603), Salem (601), Smith Station (602), Summit (401), Todd's Tavern (503), and Travelers Rest (103) Precincts and part of the Brokenburg (502) Precinct.

Fifty-fifth. Part of Caroline County comprised of the Chilesburg (302), Madison (201), Mattaponi (501), Penola (402), and Reedy Church (401) Precincts; part of Hanover County comprised of the Ashcake (103), Ashland (101), Atlee (304), Beaverdam (201), Blunts (202), Chickahominy (302), Cool Spring (305), Courthouse (206), Elmont (704), Farrington (701), Goddin's Hill (204), Montpelier (702), Rockville (703), Sliding Hill (104), Stony Run (207), and Wilmington Parish (203) Precincts; and part of Spotsylvania County comprised of the Blaydes Corner (102) and Partlow (101) Precincts and part of the Brokenburg (502) Precinct.

Fifty-sixth. All of Louisa County; part of Goochland County comprised of the Centerville (402), Crozier (401), and Manakin (501) Precincts and part of the Goochland Court House (301) Precinct; part of Henrico County comprised of the Causeway (301), Nuckols Farm (307), Rivers Edge (317), Sadler (310), Shady Grove (311), Short Pump (318), and West End (416) Precincts; and part of Spotsylvania County comprised of the Belmont (501) Precinct and part of the Brokenburg (502) Precinct.

Fifty-seventh. All of the City of Charlottesville; and part of Albemarle County comprised of the Agnor-Hurt (104), Branchlands (103), Cale (405), Dunlora (105), Georgetown (203), University Hall (202), and Woodbrook (101) Precincts and parts of the East Ivy (304) and Free Bridge (504) Precincts.

Fifty-eighth. All of Greene County; part of Albemarle County comprised of the Burnley (505), Earlysville (603), Free Union (602), Hollymead (503), Keswick (501), Monticello (402), Northside (106), Scottsville (401), Stone Robinson (406), and Stony Point (502) Precincts and part of the Free Bridge (504) Precinct; part of Fluvanna County comprised of the Cunningham (401), Palmyra (101), Rivanna (501), and Rivanna 2 (502) Precincts; and part of Rockingham County comprised of the Cross Keys (306), Elkton (501), McGaheysville (503), South Fork (504), and Swift Run (502) Precincts.

Fifty-ninth. All of Appomattox and Buckingham Counties; part of Albemarle County comprised of the Country Green (305), Porter's (403), and Red Hill (302) Precincts; part of Campbell County comprised of the Altavista (303), Bedford Springs (202), Concord (603), Court House (402), Evington (301), Lynch Station (302), Spring Hill (501), Three Forks (401), and Yellow Branch (502) Precincts; and part of Nelson County comprised of the Faber (501), Gladstone (302), Lovingston (201), Schuyler (202), and Shipman (301) Precincts.

Sixtieth. All of Charlotte, Halifax, and Prince Edward Counties; and part of Campbell County comprised of the Brookneal (701), Gladys (702), and Morris Church (703) Precincts.

Sixty-first. All of Amelia, Cumberland, Mecklenburg, and Nottoway Counties; and part of Lunenburg County comprised of the Arrowhead Gun Club (401), Flat Rock (302), Meherrin Fire Dept (701), Pleasant Grove (402), Plymouth (101), and Reedy Creek (501) Precincts and parts of the Brown's Store (201), Peoples Community Center (502), Rosebud (301), and Victoria Public Library (702) Precincts.

Sixty-second. Part of Chesterfield County comprised of the Bellwood (101), Beulah (202), Bird (203), Dutch Gap (110), Elizabeth Scott (109), Enon (103), Five Forks (210), Gates (201), North Chester (104), and Salem Church (209) Precincts; part of Henrico County comprised of the Sandston (515), Town Hall (517), and Whitlocks (518) Precincts and part of the Dorey (505) Precinct; part of Prince George County comprised of parts of the Courts Bldg (204), Jefferson Park (205), and Rives (104) Precincts; and part of the City of Hopewell comprised of the Ward 1 (101), Ward 3 (301), Ward 4 (401), and Ward 5 (501) Precincts and part of the Ward 7 (701) Precinct.

Sixty-third. All of the City of Petersburg; part of Chesterfield County comprised of the Ettrick (301) and Matoaca (303) Precincts; part of Dinwiddie County comprised of the Chesdin (202), Church Road (103), Courthouse (501), Rocky Run (503), and White Oak (102) Precincts and parts of the Dinwiddie (401), Edgehill (201), New Hope (302), and Rohoic (101) Precincts; part of Prince George County comprised of parts of the Courts Bldg (204), Jefferson Park (205), and Rives (104) Precincts; and part of the City of Hopewell comprised of the Ward 2 (201) and Ward 6 (601) Precincts and part of the Ward 7 (701) Precinct.

Sixty-fourth. Part of Isle of Wight County comprised of the Bartlett (201), Carrollton (202), Courthouse (401), Orbit (403), Pons (302), Raynor (505), Rushmere (301), Smithfield (101), Walters (501), Windsor (402), and Zuni (504) Precincts and parts of the Camps Mill (502) and Carrsville (503) Precincts; part of Prince George County comprised of the Blackwater (202), Bland (201), Brandon (203), Harrison (105), Richard Bland (101), Templeton (102), and Union Branch (103) Precincts and parts of the Courts Bldg (204) and Rives (104) Precincts; part of Southampton County comprised of the Berlin (101), Hunterdale (501), Ivor (102), and Sedley (602) Precincts and part of the Forks-Of-The-River (502) Precinct; part of Surry County comprised of the Bacon's Castle (201), Carsley (401), Claremont (501), Spring Grove (502), Surry (101), and Wall's Bridge (302) Precincts; part of Sussex County comprised of the Blackwater (601) and Wakefield (302) Precincts; part of the City of Franklin comprised of the Precinct 1-1 (101) Precinct and parts of the Precinct 2-1 (201) and Precinct 6-1 (601) Precincts; and part of the City of Suffolk comprised of the Holland (502), Holy Neck (503), and Whaleyville (402) Precincts.

Sixty-fifth. All of Powhatan County; part of Chesterfield County comprised of the Brandermill (403), Skinquarter (309), Swift Creek (411), Tomahawk (310), and Woolridge (313) Precincts and parts of the Evergreen (312) and Midlothian (503) Precincts; part of Fluvanna County comprised of the Columbia (201) and Fork Union (301) Precincts; and part of Goochland County comprised of the Fife (101), Hadensville (102), Sandy Hook (202), and Three Square (201) Precincts and part of the Goochland Court House (301) Precinct.

Sixty-sixth. All of the City of Colonial Heights; and part of Chesterfield County comprised of the Beach (305), Birkdale (317), Carver (112), Cosby (307), Ecoff (108), Harrowgate (106), Iron Bridge (111), Nash (211), South Chester (102), Wells (107), Winfrees Store (304), and Winterpock (306) Precincts and part of the Bailey Bridge (315) Precinct.

Sixty-seventh. Part of Fairfax County comprised of the Brookfield (902), Cub Run (903), Dulles (904), Fairlakes (843), Greenbriar East (846), Greenbriar West (847), Lees Corner East (920), Navy (911), Poplar Tree (928), Rocky Run (913), and Waples Mill (916) Precincts and parts of the Franklin (905), Kinross (908), Lees Corner West (927), Stone (917), and Vale (914) Precincts; and part of Loudoun County comprised of the Little River (107) Precinct and part of the Dulles South (114) Precinct.

Sixty-eighth. Part of Chesterfield County comprised of the Belgrade (508), Black Heath (511), Bon Air (505), Cranbeck (509), Greenfield (506), Robious (504), Salisbury (507), Shenandoah (413), Smoketree (406), and Sycamore (510) Precincts and part of the Midlothian (503) Precinct; part of Henrico County comprised of the Monument Hills (306) and Rollingwood (413) Precincts and part of the Freeman (403) Precinct; and part of the City of Richmond comprised of the 101 (101), 102 (102), 104 (104), 105 (105), 106 (106), 111 (111), 112 (112), 113 (113), 114 (114), 207 (207), 409 (409), and 413 (413) Precincts and part of the 410 (410) Precinct.

Sixty-ninth. Part of Chesterfield County comprised of part of the Davis (515) Precinct; and part of the City of Richmond comprised of the 402 (402), 404 (404), 412 (412), 501 (501), 503 (503), 504 (504), 508 (508), 509 (509), 510 (510), 610 (610), 802 (802), 810 (810), 811 (811), 902 (902), 903 (903), 908 (908), 909 (909), 910 (910), and 911 (911) Precincts and parts of the 211 (211), 410 (410), 505 (505), and 609 (609) Precincts.

Seventieth. Part of Chesterfield County comprised of the Belmont (206), Chippenham (207), Drewry's Bluff (105), Falling Creek (205), Meadowbrook (208), and Southside (213) Precincts; part of Henrico County comprised of the Central Gardens (206), Eanes (506), Masonic (510), Mehfoud (511), Montrose (512), Rolfe (519), and Sullivans (516) Precincts and part of the Dorey (505) Precinct; and part of the City of Richmond comprised of the 705 (705), 806 (806), 812 (812), and 814 (814) Precincts and parts of the 609 (609) and 703 (703) Precincts.

Seventy-first. Part of Henrico County comprised of the Ratcliffe (220) Precinct; and part of the City of Richmond comprised of the 203 (203), 204 (204), 206 (206), 208 (208), 212 (212), 213 (213), 302 (302), 303 (303), 304 (304), 305 (305), 306 (306), 307 (307), 308 (308), 309 (309), 602 (602), 603 (603), 604 (604), 606 (606), 607 (607), 701 (701), 702 (702), 706 (706), and 707 (707) Precincts and parts of the 211 (211), 505 (505), and 703 (703) Precincts.

Seventy-second. Part of Henrico County comprised of the Canterbury (205), Coalpit (101), Dumbarton (102), Gayton (404), Glen Allen (103), Godwin (405), Hermitage (106), Hilliard (107), Hunton (108), Innsbrook (304), Lakeside (110), Lakewood (406), Lauderdale (407), Maude Trevvett (112), Maybeury (408), Mooreland (409), Mountain (217), Oakview (218), Pocahontas (308), Ridgefield (412), Stoney Run (314), Stratford Hall (221), Summit Court (114), and Wellborne (417) Precincts and parts of the Belmont (203), Brookland (204), Derbyshire (402), and Moody (216) Precincts.

Seventy-third. Part of Henrico County comprised of the Byrd (401), Cedarfield (302), Crestview (303), Glenside (104), Greendale (105), Hungary Creek (116), Jackson Davis (305), Johnson (109), Longan (111), Pemberton (410), Pinchbeck (411), Ridge (309), Skipwith (312), Spottswood (414), Springfield (313), Staples Mill (113), Three Chopt (315), Tuckahoe (415), Tucker (316), and Westwood (115) Precincts and parts of the Derbyshire (402) and Freeman (403) Precincts.

Seventy-fourth. All of Charles City County; part of Henrico County comprised of the Adams (201), Antioch (501), Azalea (202), Cedar Fork (502), Chamberlayne (207), Chickahominy (503), Donahoe (504), Elko (507), Fairfield (208), Glen Lea (209), Greenwood (210), Highland Gardens (211), Highland Springs (508), Hollybrook (212), Hungary (213), Laburnum (509), Longdale (214), Maplewood (215), Nine Mile (513), Pleasants (514), Randolph (219), Wilder (222), and Yellow Tavern (223) Precincts and parts of the Belmont (203), Brookland (204), and Moody (216) Precincts; and part of the City of Richmond comprised of the 301 (301) Precinct.

Seventy-fifth. All of Brunswick and Greensville Counties; all of the City of Emporia; part of Dinwiddie County comprised of the Cherry Hill (403), Little Zion (402), McKenney (502), and Reams (301) Precincts and parts of the Dinwiddie (401), Edgehill (201), New Hope (302), and Rohoic (101) Precincts; part of Isle of Wight County comprised of parts of the Camps Mill (502) and Carrsville (503) Precincts; part of Lunenburg County comprised of the Hounds Creek (601) Precinct and parts of the Brown's Store (201), Peoples Community Center (502), Rosebud (301), and Victoria Public Library (702) Precincts; part of Southampton County comprised of the Blackwater River (701), Boykins (201), Branchville (202), Capron (301), Courtland (601), Drewryville (401), Meherrin (203), Newsoms (702), and Sebrell (302) Precincts and part of the Forks-Of-The-River (502) Precinct; part of Surry County comprised of the Dendron (301) Precinct; part of Sussex County comprised of the Courthouse (301), Henry (501), Little Mill (202), Mars Hill (401), Newville (602), Stony Creek (201), Waverly (101), West Wakefield (402), and Yale (502) Precincts; and part of the City of Franklin comprised of the Precinct 3-1 (301), Precinct 4-1 (401), and Precinct 5-1 (501) Precincts and parts of the Precinct 2-1 (201) and Precinct 6-1 (601) Precincts.

Seventy-sixth. Part of the City of Chesapeake comprised of the Bailey Creek (038), Churchland (004), Deep Creek (006), E. W. Chittum School (020), Fellowship (021), John T. West (041), Jolliff One (019), Nansemond (044), and Silverwood (027) Precincts; and part of the City of Suffolk comprised of the Airport (401), Bennetts Creek (104), Chuckatuck (202), Cypress Chapel (303), Driver (102), Ebenezer (201), Elephants Fork/Westhaven (603), Kilby's Mill (501), King's Fork (203), Lake Cohoon (504), and Nansemond River (703) Precincts and parts of the John F. Kennedy (302) and Lakeside (601) Precincts.

Seventy-seventh. Part of the City of Chesapeake comprised of the Camelot (003), Carver School (031), Crestwood (005), Indian River (018), Johnson Park (026), Joliff Middle School (048), Norfolk Highlands (022), Oaklette (024), Oscar Smith School (010), Providence (032), South Norfolk (030), South Norfolk Recreation (008), St. Julians (025), Sunray I (028), Sunray II (045), and Tanglewood (029) Precincts and part of the Georgetown (012) Precinct; and part of the City of Suffolk comprised of the Hollywood (701), Olde Towne (602), Southside (403), and White Marsh (301) Precincts and parts of the John F. Kennedy (302) and Lakeside (601) Precincts.

Seventy-eighth. Part of the City of Chesapeake comprised of the B. M. Williams School (015), Bells Mill II (046), Bridgetown (037), Coopers Way (051), Fairways (053), Great Bridge (001), Great Bridge Baptist Church (036), Greenbrier (007), Hickory Grove (016), Hickory Middle School (034), Oak Grove (023), Parkways (042), Pleasant Crossing (043), River Birch (040), and Westover (033) Precincts and parts of the Georgetown (012) and Green Sea (047) Precincts.

Seventy-ninth. Part of the City of Norfolk comprised of the Old Dominion (201) and Taylor Elementary School (213) Precincts and parts of the Titustown Center (104) and Zion Grace (106) Precincts; and part of the City of Portsmouth comprised of the Seven (007), Ten (010), Twenty-Two (022), Twenty-Three (023), Twenty-Four (024), Twenty-Five (025), Thirty (030), Thirty-Five (035), Thirty-Six (036), Thirty-Seven (037), and Thirty-Nine (039) Precincts and part of the Nine (009) Precinct.

Eightieth. Part of the City of Chesapeake comprised of the Taylor Road (035) Precinct; part of the City of Norfolk comprised of the Chrysler Museum (211) Precinct; part of the City of Portsmouth comprised of the One (001), Five (005), Eleven (011), Thirteen (013), Fourteen (014), Sixteen (016), Seventeen (017), Nineteen (019), Twenty (020), Twenty-One (021), Twenty-Six (026), Twenty-Seven (027), Twenty-Eight (028), Twenty-Nine (029), Thirty-One (031), Thirty-Two (032), Thirty-Three (033), Thirty-Four (034), and Thirty-Eight (038) Precincts and part of the Nine (009) Precinct; and part of the City of Suffolk comprised of the Harbour View (103) and Yeates (705) Precincts.

Eighty-first. Part of the City of Chesapeake comprised of the Bells Mill (009), Bethel (002), Geneva Park (011), Gilmerton (013), Grassfield (014), Indian Creek (017), Lake Drummond (039), River Walk (050), and Shipyard Road (052) Precincts and part of the Green Sea (047) Precinct; and part of the City of Virginia Beach comprised of the Blackwater (034), Capps Shop (033), Corporate Landing (070), Creeds (032), Culver (063), Oceana (050), Redwing (030), Rudee (072), Seatack (005), and Sigma (031) Precincts.

Eighty-second. Part of the City of Virginia Beach comprised of the Alanton (006), Cape Henry (011), Colony (075), Eastern Shore (067), Edinburgh (056), Great Neck (010), Kings Grant (047), Linkhorn (004), London Bridge (008), Lynnhaven (049), Malibu (014), North Beach (001), Pinewood (094), Plaza (012), South Beach (002), Thalia (028), Trantwood (009), and Wolfsnare (048) Precincts.

Eighty-third. Part of the City of Norfolk comprised of the Azalea Gardens (512), Barron Black (406), Bayview School (501), East Ocean View (503), Larrymore (504), Little Creek (505), Tarrallton (509), and Third Presbyterian (510) Precincts; and part of the City of Virginia Beach comprised of the Bayside (020), Hagood (086), Kingston (007), Lake Joyce (090), Lake Smith (019), Little Neck (092), Ocean Park (017), Shelton Park (059), Thoroughgood (018), and Witchduck (038) Precincts and parts of the Chesapeake Beach (037), Old Donation (015), and Shell (069) Precincts.

Eighty-fourth. Part of the City of Virginia Beach comprised of the Brookwood (077), Buckner (074), Courthouse (035), Foxfire (060), Green Run (046), Holland (029), Hunt (066), Landstown (062), Magic Hollow (055), North Landing (088), Ocean Lakes (003), Rock Lake (081), Shelbourne (082), Strawbridge (083), and Upton (085) Precincts.

Eighty-fifth. Part of the City of Virginia Beach comprised of the Arrowhead (023), Avalon (025), Bonney (040), Brandon (042), Fairfield (026), Homestead (052), Larkspur (024), Lexington (091), Mt. Trashmore (013), Pembroke (039), Pleasant Hill (079), Point O' View (022), Providence (027), Shannon (053), Tallwood (084), and Village (076) Precincts and parts of the Aragona (016), Old Donation (015), and Reon (080) Precincts.

Eighty-sixth. Part of Fairfax County comprised of the Clearview (321), Coppermine (239), Floris (203), Fox Mill (229), Herndon #1 (319), Herndon #2 (320), Herndon #3 (324), Hutchison (325), Stuart (236), and Sugarland (327) Precincts and parts of the Franklin (905), Kinross (908), and Lees Corner West (927) Precincts; and part of Loudoun County comprised of the Forest Grove (705) and Sully (701) Precincts and part of the Park View (702) Precinct.

Eighty-seventh. Part of Loudoun County comprised of the Buchanan (211), Carter (117), Cascades (210), Claude Moore Park (212), Freedom (112), Guilford (704), Hutchison (109), Legacy (116), Mercer (108), Mirror Ridge (608), Oak Grove (110), and Rolling Ridge (703) Precincts and parts of the Countryside (213), Dulles South (114), Mill Run (113), Park View (702), and Pinebrook (115) Precincts; and part of Prince William County comprised of the Evergreen (401) Precinct and part of the Alvey (406) Precinct.

Eighty-eighth. Part of Fauquier County comprised of the Lois (104), Morrisville (301), and Remington (302) Precincts; part of Spotsylvania County comprised of the Brent's Mill (702), Elys Ford (201), Grange Hall (303), Hazel Run (302), Ni River (203), Plank Road (301), and Wilderness (202) Precincts; part of Stafford County comprised of the Hartwood (101), Ramoth (104), Rocky Run (102), and Simpson (103) Precincts and parts of the Hampton (703) and Whitson (702) Precincts; and part of the City of Fredericksburg comprised of the District 1 (101) and District 3 (301) Precincts and part of the District 4 (401) Precinct.

Eighty-ninth. Part of the City of Norfolk comprised of the Ballentine (301), Berkley (402), Ghent Square (203), Hunton Y (411), Immanuel (204), Lafayette (205), Lafayette-Winona (305), Lambert's Point (207), Larchmont Library (208), Larchmont Recreation Center (209), Lindenwood (306), Maury (210), Norview Methodist (308), Norview Middle School (309), Park Place (212), Rosemont (310), Stuart (214), Tucker House (105), Union Chapel (313), Willard (218), and Young Park (414) Precincts and parts of the Brambleton (403), Granby (101), Titustown Center (104), and Zion Grace (106) Precincts.

Ninetieth. Part of the City of Norfolk comprised of the Bowling Park (303), Campostella (404), Chesterfield (405), Coleman Place School (304), Easton (408), Fairlawn (409), Ingleside (412), Poplar Halls (413), Sherwood Rec Center (311), Sherwood School (312), Tanner's Creek (302), and United Way (415) Precincts and part of the Brambleton (403) Precinct; and part of the City of Virginia Beach comprised of the Baker (061), College Park (041), Davis Corner (021), Newtown (093), and Sherry Park (057) Precincts and parts of the Aragona (016), Reon (080), and Shell (069) Precincts.

Ninety-first. All of the City of Poquoson; part of York County comprised of the Bethel (502), Coventry (203), and Tabb (501) Precincts and part of the Harwoods Mill (401) Precinct; and part of the City of Hampton comprised of the Asbury (205), Booker (201), Bryan (202), Burbank (203), Langley (209), Machen (210), Phillips (213), Phoebus (110), and Syms (113) Precincts.

Ninety-second. Part of the City of Hampton comprised of the Aberdeen (101), Armstrong (106), Bassette (102), City Hall (103), Cooper (104), East Hampton (105), Forrest (204), Hampton Library (111), Jones (116), Kecoughtan (117), Kraft (208), Lindsay (107), Mallory (118), Phenix (109), Smith (112), Thomas (108), Tyler (215), and Wythe (115) Precincts.

Ninety-third. All of the City of Williamsburg; part of James City County comprised of the Berkeley A Part 2 (1012), Jamestown A (201), Jamestown B (202), Roberts A Part 1 (5011), Roberts A Part 2 (5012), Roberts B (502), Roberts C Part 1 (5031), and Roberts C Part 2 (5032) Precincts; part of York County comprised of the Kiln Creek (204) Precinct and parts of the Edgehill (303) and Harwoods Mill (401) Precincts; and part of the City of Newport News comprised of the Bland (201), Greenwood (110), Kiln Creek (218), McIntosh (104), Richneck (107), and Windsor (109) Precincts and parts of the Lee Hall (108) and Reservoir (106) Precincts.

Ninety-fourth. Part of the City of Newport News comprised of the Boulevard (202), Charles (203), Deep Creek (205), Hidenwood (208), Hilton (209), Nelson (210), Oyster Point (105), River (314), Riverside (212), Riverview (217), Sanford (213), Sedgefield (315), Warwick (215), Watkins (320), Wellesley (204), and Yates (216) Precincts and parts of the Deer Park (219), Denbigh (101), Epes (102), Jenkins (103), Lee Hall (108), Palmer (211), and Reservoir (106) Precincts.

Ninety-fifth. Part of the City of Hampton comprised of the Bethel (212), Sandy Bottom (216), and Tucker Capps (214) Precincts; and part of the City of Newport News comprised of the Briarfield (302), Carver (303), Chestnut (304), Downtown (305), Dunbar (306), Huntington (307), Jefferson (308), Magruder (309), Marshall (310), Newmarket (311), Newsome Park (312), Reed (313), Saunders (319), South Morrison (316), Washington (317), and Wilson (318) Precincts and parts of the Deer Park (219), Denbigh (101), Epes (102), Jenkins (103), Palmer (211), and Reservoir (106) Precincts.

Ninety-sixth. Part of James City County comprised of the Berkeley A Part 1 (101), Berkeley B Part 1 (1021), Berkeley B Part 2 (1022), Berkeley C (103), Powhatan A (301), Powhatan B (302), Powhatan C (303), Powhatan D (304), Stonehouse A (401), Stonehouse B (402), and Stonehouse C (403) Precincts; and part of York County comprised of the Dare (402), Harris Grove (302), Magruder (104), Queens Lake (101), Seaford (301), Waller Mill (103), and Yorktown (102) Precincts and part of the Edgehill (303) Precinct.

Ninety-seventh. All of New Kent County; part of Hanover County comprised of the Battlefield (401), Beaverdam Creek (406), Black Creek (404), Clay (301), Cold Harbor (403), Georgetown (506), Hanover Grove (604), Laurel Meadow (507), Mechanicsville (603), Newman (503), Old Church (402), Pebble Creek (405), Rural Point (502), Shady Grove (303), Stonewall Jackson (602), Studley (504), Totopotomoy (505), and Village (601) Precincts; and part of King William County comprised of the Aylett (301), Mangohick (501), and Manquin (401) Precincts and part of the Courthouse (202) Precinct.

Ninety-eighth. All of Essex, Gloucester, King and Queen, Mathews, and Middlesex Counties; and part of King William County comprised of the Sweet Hall (201) and West Point (101) Precincts and part of the Courthouse (202) Precinct.

Ninety-ninth. All of King George, Lancaster, Northumberland, Richmond, and Westmoreland Counties; and part of Caroline County comprised of the Bowling Green (101) and Port Royal (301) Precincts.

One hundredth. All of Accomack and Northampton Counties; part of the City of Norfolk comprised of the Crossroads (511), Northside (103), Ocean View Center (506), Ocean View School (102), Oceanair (508), Suburban Park (215), and Wesley (217) Precincts and part of the Granby (101) Precinct; and part of the City of Virginia Beach comprised of part of the Chesapeake Beach (037) Precinct.

2011, Sp. Sess. I, c. 1.

§ 24.2-304.04. Standards and criteria for congressional and state legislative districts.

Every congressional and state legislative district shall be constituted so as to adhere to the following criteria:

1. Districts shall be so constituted as to give, as nearly as is practicable, representation in proportion to the population of the district. A deviation of no more than five percent shall be permitted for state legislative districts.

2. Districts shall be drawn in accordance with the requirements of the Constitution of the United States, including the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment, and the Constitution of Virginia; federal and state laws, including the federal Voting Rights Act of 1965, as amended; and relevant judicial decisions relating to racial and ethnic fairness.

3. No district shall be drawn that results in a denial or abridgement of the right of any citizen to vote on account of race or color or membership in a language minority group. No district shall be drawn that results in a denial or abridgement of the rights of any racial or language minority group to participate in the political process and to elect representatives of their choice. A violation of this subdivision is established if, on the basis of the totality of the circumstances, it is shown that districts were drawn in such a way that members of a racial or language minority group are dispersed into districts in which they constitute an ineffective minority of voters or are concentrated into districts where they constitute an excessive majority. The extent to which members of a racial or language minority group have been elected to office in the state or the political subdivision is one circumstance that may be considered. Nothing in this subdivision shall establish a right to have members of a racial or language minority group elected in numbers equal to their proportion in the population.

4. Districts shall be drawn to give racial and language minorities an equal opportunity to participate in the political process and shall not dilute or diminish their ability to elect candidates of choice either alone or in coalition with others.

5. Districts shall be drawn to preserve communities of interest. For purposes of this subdivision, a "community of interest" means a neighborhood or any geographically defined group of people living in an area who share similar social, cultural, and economic interests. A "community of interest" does not include a community based upon political affiliation or relationship with a political party, elected official, or candidate for office.

6. Districts shall be composed of contiguous territory, with no district contiguous only by connections by water running downstream or upriver, and political boundaries may be considered.

7. Districts shall be composed of compact territory and shall be drawn employing one or more standard numerical measures of individual and average district compactness, both statewide and district by district.

8. A map of districts shall not, when considered on a statewide basis, unduly favor or disfavor any political party.

9. The whole number of persons reported in the most recent federal decennial census by the United States Bureau of the Census shall be the basis for determining district populations, except that no person shall be deemed to have gained or lost a residence by reason of conviction and incarceration in a federal, state, or local correctional facility. Persons incarcerated in a federal, state, or local correctional facility shall be counted in the locality of their address at the time of incarceration, and the Division of Legislative Services shall adjust the census data pursuant to § 24.2-314 for this purpose.

2020, cc. 1229, 1265.

Article 2.1. Reapportionment of Local Election Districts.

§ 24.2-304.1. At-large and district elections; reapportionment and redistricting of districts or wards; limits.

A. Except as otherwise specifically limited by general law or special act, the governing body of each county, city, or town may provide by ordinance for the election of its members on any of the following bases: (i) at large from the county, city, or town; (ii) from single-member or multi-member districts or wards, or any combination thereof; or (iii) from any combination of at-large, single-member, and multi-member districts or wards. A change in the basis for electing the members of the governing body shall not constitute a change in the form of county government.

B. If the members are elected from districts or wards and other than entirely at large from the locality, the districts or wards shall be composed of contiguous and compact territory and shall be so constituted as to give, as nearly as is practicable, representation in proportion to the population of the district or ward. In 1971 and every 10 years thereafter, the governing body of each such locality shall reapportion the representation among the districts or wards, including, if the governing body deems it appropriate, increasing or diminishing the number of such districts or wards, in order to give, as nearly as is practicable, representation on the basis of population.

C. For the purposes of redistricting and reapportioning representation in 2021 and every 10 years thereafter, the governing body of a county, city, or town shall use the most recent decennial population figures for such county, city, or town from the United States Bureau of the Census, as adjusted by the Division of Legislative Services pursuant to § 24.2-314. The census data for these redistricting and apportionment purposes will not include any population figure that is not allocated to specific census blocks within the Commonwealth, even though that population may have been included in the apportionment population figures of the Commonwealth for the purpose of allocating United States House of Representatives seats among the states.

D. Notwithstanding any other provision of general law or special act, the governing body of a county, city, or town shall not reapportion the representation in the governing body at any time other than that required following the decennial census, except as (i) provided by law upon a change in the boundaries of the county, city, or town that results in an increase or decrease in the population of the county, city, or town of more than one percent, (ii) the result of a court order, (iii) the result of a change in the form of government, or (iv) the result of an increase or decrease in the number of districts or wards other than at-large districts or wards. The foregoing provisions notwithstanding, the governing body subsequent to the decennial redistricting may adjust district or ward boundaries in order that the boundaries might coincide with state legislative or congressional district boundaries; however, no adjustment shall affect more than five percent of the population of a ward or district or 250 persons, whichever is lesser. If districts created by a reapportionment enacted subsequent to a decennial reapportionment are invalid under the provisions of this subsection, the immediately preexisting districts shall remain in force and effect until validly reapportioned in accordance with law.

1995, c. 249; 2000, c. 884; 2001, Sp. Sess. I, c. 6; 2002, c. 127; 2012, c. 357; 2013, c. 483; 2020, cc. 1229, 1265.

§ 24.2-304.2. Governing body authorized to expend funds for reapportionment.

The governing body of each county, city, or town is authorized to expend funds and employ persons as it may deem necessary to carry out the responsibilities relating to reapportionment provided by law.

1995, c. 249.

§ 24.2-304.3. Recording reapportionment ordinance; notice requirements.

A copy of the ordinance reapportioning representation in the governing body of a county, city, or town, including a description of the boundaries and a map showing the boundaries of the districts or wards, shall be recorded in the official minutes of the governing body.

The clerk of the county, city, or town shall send a certified copy of the ordinance, including a description of the boundaries and a Geographic Information System (GIS) map showing the boundaries of the districts or wards, to the local electoral board, the Secretary of the Commonwealth, the Department of Elections, and the Division of Legislative Services. Any county, city, or town that does not have GIS capabilities may request the Department of Elections to create on its behalf a GIS map showing the boundaries of the districts or wards as set out in the ordinance, and the Department of Elections shall create such a map.

1995, c. 249; 2019, cc. 777, 778.

§ 24.2-304.4. Mandamus action for failure to reapportion districts or wards.

Whenever the governing body of any county, city or town fails to perform the duty of reapportioning the representation on the governing body among the districts or wards of the county, city, or town, or fails to change the boundaries of districts or wards, as prescribed by law, mandamus shall lie in favor of any citizen of such county, city, or town, to compel the performance of such duty.

Whenever the governing body of any county, city or town changes the boundaries, or increases or diminishes the number of districts or wards, or reapportions the representation in the governing body as prescribed by law, the action shall not be subject to judicial review, unless it is alleged that the representation is not proportional to the population of the district or ward. If such allegation is made in a bill of complaint filed in the circuit court for the county, city or town, the court shall determine whether the action of the governing body complies with the constitutional requirements for redistricting and reapportionment. Appeals from the court's decision shall be as in any other suit.

1995, c. 249.

§ 24.2-304.5. Notification of certain civil actions.

Any county, city, or town made a defendant in any civil action challenging the legality of its election district boundaries shall immediately notify the Attorney General of the pending civil action for review pursuant to § 2.2-508.

1995, c. 249.

§ 24.2-304.6. Effect of reapportionment on appointments and terms of local officers, school board and planning commission members.

County, city, or town officers, including members of the school board or planning commission, in office on the effective date of a reapportionment or redistricting ordinance, shall complete their terms of office, regardless of loss of residency in a particular district due to reapportionment or redistricting.

1995, c. 249.

Article 3. Requirements for Election Districts, Precincts, and Polling Places.

§ 24.2-305. Composition of election districts and precincts.

A. Each election district and precinct shall be composed of compact and contiguous territory and shall have clearly defined and clearly observable boundaries.

B. A "clearly observable boundary" shall include (i) any named road or street, (ii) any road or highway which is a part of the federal, primary, or secondary state highway system, (iii) any river, stream, or drainage feature shown as a polygon boundary on the TIGER/line files of the United States Bureau of the Census, or (iv) any other natural or constructed or erected permanent physical feature which is shown on an official map issued by the Virginia Department of Transportation, on a United States Geological Survey topographical map, or as a polygon boundary on the TIGER/line files of the United States Bureau of the Census. No property line or subdivision boundary shall be deemed to be a clearly observable boundary unless it is marked by a permanent physical feature that is shown on an official map issued by the Virginia Department of Transportation, on a United States Geological Survey topographical map, or as a polygon boundary on the TIGER/line files of the United States Bureau of the Census.

1986, c. 593, § 24.1-40.7; 1990, c. 500; 1992, c. 425; 1993, c. 641; 2001, c. 614.

§ 24.2-306. Changes not to be enacted within 60 days of general election; notice requirements.

A. No change in any local election district, precinct, or polling place shall be enacted within 60 days next preceding any general election. In addition to the requirements set forth in § 24.2-129, notice shall be published prior to enactment in a newspaper having general circulation in the election district or precinct once a week for two successive weeks. The published notice shall state where descriptions and maps of proposed boundary and polling place changes may be inspected.

B. Notice of any adopted change in any election district, town, precinct, or polling place other than in the location of the office of the general registrar shall be mailed to all registered voters whose election district, town, precinct, or polling place is changed at least 15 days prior to the next general, special, or primary election in which the voters will be voting in the changed election district, town, precinct, or polling place. Notice of a change in the location of the office of the general registrar shall be given by posting on the official website of the county or city, by posting at not less than 10 public places, or by publication once in a newspaper of general circulation in the county or city within not more than 21 days in advance of the change or within seven days following the change.

C. Each county, city, and town shall comply with the applicable requirements of law, including §§ 24.2-304.3 and 30-395, and send copies of enacted changes, including a Geographic Information System (GIS) map showing the new boundaries of the districts or precincts, to the local electoral board, the Department, and the Division of Legislative Services. Any county, city, or town that does not have GIS capabilities may request the Department of Elections to create on its behalf a GIS map showing the boundaries of the new districts or precincts, and the Department of Elections shall create such a map.

Code 1950, §§ 24-49 through 24-51; 1970, c. 462, § 24.1-39; 1971, Ex. Sess., c. 119; 1993, c. 641; 1995, c. 249; 2003, c. 1015; 2004, c. 1000; 2012, cc. 328, 486; 2019, cc. 777, 778; 2020, Sp. Sess. I, c. 56; 2021, Sp. Sess. I, cc. 528, 533.

§ 24.2-307. Requirements for county and city precincts.

The governing body of each county and city shall establish by ordinance as many precincts as it deems necessary. Each governing body is authorized to increase or decrease the number of precincts and alter precinct boundaries subject to the requirements of this chapter.

At the time any precinct is established, it shall have no more than 5,000 registered voters. The general registrar shall notify the governing body whenever the number of voters who voted in a precinct in an election for President of the United States exceeds 4,000. Within six months of receiving the notice, the governing body shall proceed to revise the precinct boundaries, and any newly established or redrawn precinct shall have no more than 5,000 registered voters.

At the time any precinct is established, each precinct in a county shall have no fewer than 100 registered voters and each precinct in a city shall have no fewer than 500 registered voters.

Each precinct shall be wholly contained within a single congressional district, Senate district, House of Delegates district, and election district used for the election of one or more members of the governing body or school board for the county or city. In each year ending in one, the governing body of each county and city shall establish the precinct boundaries to be consistent with any congressional district, Senate district, House of Delegates district, and local election district that was adopted by the appropriate authority by June 15 of that year. If congressional districts, Senate districts, House of Delegates districts, or local election districts have not been adopted by the appropriate authority by June 15 of a year ending in one, the governing body may use the congressional districts, Senate districts, House of Delegates districts, or local election districts as such districts existed on June 15 of that year as the basis for establishing the precinct boundaries to be used for the elections to be held in November of that year. Such governing body shall establish precinct boundaries to be consistent with any subsequent changes to the congressional districts, Senate districts, House of Delegates districts, or local election districts. If a governing body is unable to establish a precinct with the minimum number of registered voters without splitting the precinct between two or more congressional districts, Senate districts, House of Delegates districts, or local election districts, it shall apply to the State Board for a waiver to administer a split precinct. The State Board may grant the waiver or direct the governing body to establish a precinct with fewer than the minimum number of registered voters as permitted by § 24.2-309. A governing body granted a waiver to administer a split precinct or directed to establish a precinct with fewer than the minimum number of registered voters may use such a precinct for any election held that year.

The governing body shall establish by ordinance one polling place for each precinct.

Code 1950, §§ 24-45, 24-46; 1954, c. 375; 1956, c. 378; 1962, cc. 185, 536; 1970, c. 462, §§ 24.1-36, 24.1-37; 1971, Ex. Sess., c. 119; 1976, c. 616; 1977, c. 30; 1978, c. 778; 1980, c. 639; 1992, c. 445; 1993, c. 641; 1999, c. 515; 2020, c. 1268.

§ 24.2-308. Requirements for town precincts.

There shall be one precinct for each town unless the council by ordinance establishes more than one precinct.

Each town precinct shall be wholly contained within any election district used for the election of one or more council or school board members.

The council shall establish by ordinance one polling place for each precinct.

Code 1950, § 24-171; 1970, c. 462, § 24.1-92; 1978, c. 778; 1980, c. 639; 1981, c. 425; 1992, c. 445; 1993, c. 641.

§ 24.2-309. Establishment of precinct with less than minimum number of voters; conduct of elections where all voters do not have same choice of candidates.

A precinct may be established with fewer than the minimum number of registered voters required by this article if a larger precinct cannot be established in which all persons are voting at any general election for the same candidates for the governing body and school board of the county or city, House of Delegates, state Senate, and United States House of Representatives. The governing body may select a polling place within one mile of the boundaries of that precinct if a suitable polling place is not available within that precinct.

The State Board shall make regulations setting procedures by which elections may be conducted in precincts in which all voters do not have the same choice of candidates at a general election.

1971, Ex. Sess., c. 264, § 24.1-40; 1993, c. 641.

§ 24.2-309.1. Repealed.

Repealed by Acts 2001, c. 614.

§ 24.2-309.2. Election precincts; prohibiting precinct changes for specified period of time.

No county, city, or town shall create, divide, abolish, or consolidate any precincts, or otherwise change the boundaries of any precinct, effective during the period from February 1, 2019, to May 15, 2021, except as (i) provided by law upon a change in the boundaries of the county, city, or town, (ii) the result of a court order, (iii) the result of a change in the form of government, or (iv) the result of an increase or decrease in the number of local election districts other than at-large districts. Any ordinance required to comply with the requirements of § 24.2-307 shall be adopted on or before February 1, 2019.

If a change in the boundaries of a precinct is required pursuant to clause (i), (ii), (iii), or (iv), the county, city, or town shall comply with the applicable requirements of law, including §§ 24.2-304.3 and 30-395, and send copies of the ordered or enacted changes to the State Board of Elections and the Division of Legislative Services.

This section shall not prohibit any county, city, or town from adopting an ordinance revising precinct boundaries after January 1, 2021. However, no revisions in precinct boundaries shall be implemented in the conduct of elections prior to May 15, 2021.

2008, c. 112; 2018, cc. 778, 779; 2020, Sp. Sess. I, c. 56.

§ 24.2-310. Requirements for polling places.

A. The polling place for each precinct shall be located within the county or city and either within the precinct or within one mile of the precinct boundary. The polling place for a county precinct may be located within a city (i) if the city is wholly contained within the county election district served by the precinct or (ii) if the city is wholly contained within the county and the polling place is located on property owned by the county. The polling place for a town precinct may be located within one mile of the precinct and town boundary. For town elections held in November, the town shall use the polling places established by the county for its elections.

B. The governing body of each county, city, and town shall provide funds to enable the general registrar to provide adequate facilities at each polling place for the conduct of elections. Each polling place shall be located in a public building whenever practicable. If more than one polling place is located in the same building, each polling place shall be located in a separate room or separate and defined space.

C. Polling places shall be accessible to qualified voters as required by the provisions of the Virginians with Disabilities Act (§ 51.5-1 et seq.), the Voting Accessibility for the Elderly and Handicapped Act (52 U.S.C. § 20101 et seq.), and the Americans with Disabilities Act relating to public services (42 U.S.C. § 12131 et seq.). The State Board shall provide instructions to the local electoral boards and general registrars to assist the localities in complying with the requirements of the Acts.

D. If an emergency makes a polling place unusable or inaccessible, the electoral board or the general registrar shall provide an alternative polling place and give notice of the change in polling place, including to all candidates, or such candidate's campaign, appearing on the ballot to be voted at the alternative polling place, subject to the prior approval of the State Board. The general registrar shall provide notice to the voters appropriate to the circumstances of the emergency. For the purposes of this subsection, an "emergency" means a rare and unforeseen combination of circumstances, or the resulting state, that calls for immediate action.

E. It shall be permissible to distribute campaign materials on the election day on the property on which a polling place is located and outside of the building containing the room where the election is conducted except as specifically prohibited by law including, without limitation, the prohibitions of § 24.2-604 and the establishment of the "Prohibited Area" within 40 feet of any entrance to the polling place. However, and notwithstanding the provisions of clause (i) of subsection A of § 24.2-604, and upon the approval of the local electoral board, campaign materials may be distributed outside the polling place and inside the structure where the election is conducted, provided that the "Prohibited Area" (i) includes the area within the structure that is beyond 40 feet of any entrance to the polling place and the area within the structure that is within 40 feet of any entrance to the room where the election is conducted and (ii) is maintained and enforced as provided in § 24.2-604. The local electoral board may approve campaigning activities inside the building where the election is conducted when an entrance to the building is from an adjoining building, or if establishing the 40-foot prohibited area outside the polling place would hinder or delay a qualified voter from entering or leaving the building.

F. Any local government, local electoral board, or the State Board may make monetary grants to any non-governmental entity furnishing facilities under the provisions of § 24.2-307 or 24.2-308 for use as a polling place. Such grants shall be made for the sole purpose of meeting the accessibility requirements of this section. Nothing in this subsection shall be construed to obligate any local government, local electoral board, or the State Board to appropriate funds to any non-governmental entity.

Code 1950, §§ 24-45, 24-46, 24-171, 24-179 through 24-181; 1954, c. 375; 1956, c. 378; 1962, cc. 185, 536; 1970, c. 462, §§ 24.1-36, 24.1-37, 24.1-92, 24.1-97; 1971, Ex. Sess., c. 119; 1976, c. 616; 1977, c. 30; 1978, c. 778; 1980, c. 639; 1981, c. 425; 1984, c. 217; 1985, c. 197; 1986, c. 558; 1992, c. 445; 1993, cc. 546, 641; 1994, c. 307; 2003, c. 1015; 2004, c. 25; 2005, c. 340; 2008, cc. 113, 394; 2010, cc. 639, 707; 2012, cc. 488, 759; 2016, cc. 18, 492.

§ 24.2-310.1. Polling places; additional requirement.

The requirement stated in this section shall be in addition to requirements stated in §§ 24.2-307, 24.2-308, and 24.2-310, including the requirement that polling places be located in public buildings whenever practical. No polling place shall be located in a building which serves primarily as the headquarters, office, or assembly building for any private organization, other than an organization of a civic, educational, religious, charitable, historical, patriotic, cultural, or similar nature, unless the State Board has approved the use of the building because no other building meeting the accessibility requirements of this title is available.

1993, c. 904, § 24.1-37.1; 1993, c. 641.

Article 4. Effective Dates of Redistricting Measures.

§ 24.2-311. Effective date of decennial redistricting measures; elections following decennial redistricting.

A. Legislation enacted to accomplish the decennial redistricting of congressional and General Assembly districts required by Article II, Section 6 of the Constitution of Virginia shall take effect immediately. Members of Congress and the General Assembly in office on the effective date of the decennial redistricting legislation shall complete their terms of office. The elections for their successors shall be held at the November general election next preceding the expiration of the terms of office of the incumbent members and shall be conducted on the basis of the districts set out in the legislation to accomplish the decennial redistricting. However, (i) if the decennial redistricting of congressional districts has not been enacted and approved for implementation pursuant to § 5 of the United States Voting Rights Act of 1965 before January 1 of the year of the election for statewide office, the previously enacted congressional districts shall remain in effect for the purpose of meeting the petition signature requirements set out in §§ 24.2-506, 24.2-521, 24.2-543, and 24.2-545 and (ii) any reference on a petition to the usual primary date of the third Tuesday in June shall not be cause to invalidate the petition even though the date of the primary may be altered by law.

B. Ordinances adopted by local governing bodies to accomplish the decennial redistricting of districts for county, city, and town governing bodies required by Article VII, Section 5 of the Constitution of Virginia shall take effect immediately. Members of county, city, and town governing bodies in office on the effective date of a decennial redistricting measure shall complete their terms of office. The elections for their successors shall be held at the general election next preceding the expiration of the terms of office of the incumbent members and shall be conducted on the basis of the districts set out in the measures to accomplish the decennial redistricting.

C. If a vacancy in any such office occurs after the effective date of a decennial redistricting measure and a special election is required by law to fill the vacancy, the vacancy shall be filled from the district in the decennial redistricting measure which most closely approximates the district in which the vacancy occurred.

D. If a decennial redistricting measure adopted by a local governing body adds one or more districts and also increases the size of the governing body, an election for the additional governing body member or members to represent the additional district or districts for the full or partial term provided by law shall be held at the next November general election in any county or in any city or town that regularly elects its governing body in November pursuant to § 24.2-222.1, or at the next May general election in any other city or town, which occurs at least 120 days after the effective date of the redistricting measure.

E. In the event of a conflict between the provisions of a decennial redistricting measure and the provisions of the charter of any locality, the provisions of the redistricting measure shall be deemed to override the charter provisions to the extent required to give effect to the redistricting plan.

1990, c. 500, § 24.1-17.2; 1993, c. 641; 2000, c. 1045; 2012, c. 791; 2021, Sp. Sess. I, c. 239.

§ 24.2-312. Effective date of other redistricting measures; elections following annexation.

A. Any redistricting, other than the decennial redistricting, of any county, city, or town shall be effective at midnight December 31 of the year in which the redistricting occurs.

B. Members of county, city, and town governing bodies in office when any such redistricting measure is adopted shall complete their terms of office. The elections for their successors shall be held at the general election next preceding the expiration of the terms of office of the incumbent members and shall be conducted on the basis of the districts set out in the measures to accomplish the redistricting.

C. When a county has been redistricted as a result of annexation and the redistricting occurs in the year of a regularly scheduled November general election for members of the county's board of supervisors, the November general election shall be conducted from the newly established districts so long as the redistricting measure has been adopted prior to March 15 of the year of the election.

D. When a city or town has been redistricted as a result of annexation and the redistricting occurs prior to a regularly scheduled May general election for members of the city's or town's governing body, the May general election shall be conducted from the newly established districts so long as the redistricting measure has been adopted prior to the November 15 immediately preceding the election.

1990, c. 500, § 24.1-17.3; 1993, c. 641; 1995, c. 249.

§ 24.2-313. Rescheduling of certain local elections following the decennial redistricting of districts for the governing body.

A. Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary, elections for members of the governing body or school board of any county, city, or town that would be held on a regularly scheduled date for a general election, but are delayed because the decennial redistricting plan of such county, city, or town is not precleared by the Attorney General of the United States pursuant to § 5 of the federal Voting Rights Act at least thirty days prior to the general election, shall be held as provided in this section, unless otherwise provided by a court of competent jurisdiction. In the event the Attorney General grants preclearance at least thirty days prior to the general election, the election shall be held as scheduled and shall be conducted from the newly established districts. The provisions of this section shall not apply to any county, city, or town election scheduled to be held entirely on an at-large basis.

B. In each such county, city, or town, such election shall be held on the first Tuesday (i) that is more than sixty days after the Attorney General of the United States issues a letter stating that he interposes no objection to a decennial redistricting plan approved and submitted by the county, city, or town; (ii) that is not the scheduled date of a primary election; and (iii) that is not within the sixty days before or the thirty-five days after a primary or general election.

C. Independent candidates for such rescheduled elections shall qualify in the manner provided by §§ 24.2-505 and 24.2-506, and party nominees shall be nominated and certified at least thirty days before the new election date.

D. All candidates shall file the statements required by §§ 24.2-501 and 24.2-502 at least thirty days before the new election date.

E. Notwithstanding the provisions of subsections C and D, any candidate who qualified to have his name printed on the ballot for the original election date, pursuant to § 24.2-504, shall be automatically qualified to have his name printed on the ballot for the delayed election date and shall not have to refile the required documents, provided that the boundaries of the district in which he is seeking office are the same as when he was originally qualified. In any district in which the boundaries have been changed, candidates shall requalify for the ballot; however, at the request of any candidate who filed as an independent, his original petitions shall be reviewed by the registrar, previously verified signatures of voters who reside in the new district shall be counted toward the number needed to qualify to run in the new district, and the candidate may supplement such petitions when he refiles under § 24.2-505.

F. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, the term of members of any governing body or school board elected under the provisions of this act shall commence on the first day of the second month following the election and shall terminate on the day on which the term would have expired had the general election been held on its regularly scheduled day.

G. The term of members of any governing body affected by this act that would otherwise expire prior to the commencement of the term of their successors elected pursuant to this section shall be extended until the date that the term of members elected pursuant to this section commences, notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary.

2002, c. 189.

Article 5. Population Data.

§ 24.2-314. Population data; reallocation of prison populations.

A. Persons incarcerated in federal correctional facilities and in state and local correctional facilities, as those terms are defined in § 53.1-1, shall be counted and reallocated for redistricting and reapportionment purposes in accordance with the provisions of this section and the following:

1. A person incarcerated in a federal, state, or local correctional facility whose address at the time of incarceration was located within the Commonwealth shall be deemed to reside at such address.

2. A person incarcerated in a federal, state, or local correctional facility whose address at the time of incarceration was located outside of the Commonwealth or whose address at the time of incarceration cannot be determined shall be deemed to reside at the location of the facility in which he is incarcerated.

B. By July 1 of any year in which the decennial census is taken, the Department of Corrections and the State Board of Local and Regional Jails shall provide to the Division of Legislative Services, in a format specified by the Division of Legislative Services, the following information for each person who was incarcerated in a state or local correctional facility on April 1 of that year:

1. A unique identifier, other than his name or offender identification number, assigned by the Department of Corrections or the State Board of Local and Regional Jails for this purpose;

2. His residential street address at the time of incarceration, or other legal residence, if known;

3. His race, his ethnicity as identified by him, and whether he is 18 years of age or older; and

4. The street address of the correctional facility in which he was incarcerated on April 1 of that year.

C. The Division of Legislative Services shall request each agency operating a federal correctional facility in the Commonwealth that incarcerates persons convicted of a criminal offense to provide to the Division of Legislative Services by July 1 of any year in which the decennial census is taken a record containing the information specified in subsection B for each person who was incarcerated in the facility on April 1 of that year. Any person incarcerated in a federal correctional facility for whom a record is not received by the Division of Legislative Services shall be deemed to have an address at the time of incarceration that cannot be determined.

D. The Division of Legislative Services shall prepare adjusted population data, including race and ethnicity data, in a manner that reflects the inclusion of incarcerated persons in the population count of the locality in which he is deemed to reside pursuant to subdivision A 1 or 2.

This adjusted population data shall be used for purposes of redistricting and reapportionment and shall be the basis for congressional, state Senate, House of Delegates, and local government election districts. This adjusted population data shall not be used in the distribution of any federal or state aid.

E. The Division of Legislative Services shall make the adjusted population data available no later than 30 days following receipt of population data from the United States Bureau of the Census pursuant to P.L. 94-171. In making this data available, the Division of Legislative Services shall ensure no information regarding a specific incarcerated person's address at the time of incarceration is made public.

2020, cc. 759, 1229, 1265.