2/14: A panel of judges ruled that Virginia must adopt a new redistricting map that changes districts that were found to be racially gerrymandered.
1/30: Virginia Governor Ralph Northam lost his bid to strike down the state’s voter ID legislation.
1/25: The redistricting maps selected by US District courts could favor Democrats.
1/24: Senator Mark Peake proposed a bill in the Virginia legislature that would require voters to verify their citizenship.
1/10: Virginia Governor Ralph Northam announced he would work toward repealing the state’s absentee ballot and voter ID laws.
1/10: Judges overseeing the redrawing of Virginia’s districts are now considering revised maps.
1/10: Democratic governor Ralph Northam has announced plans to help repeal voter ID laws and absentee ballot restrictions.