Senate Redistricting

What is Redistricting?

The redrawing of West Virginia's Congressional and Legislative boundry lines. This must be accomplished using U.S. Census data every 10 years to indicate changes in population.

Senate Maps - Final (2nd Session)

01st District
02nd District
03rd District
04th District
05th District
06th District
07th District
08th District
09th District
10th District
11th District
12th District
13th District
14th District
15th District
16th District
17th District
Enr SB 1006 State Senate Map
Enr SB1008 Congressional Map

Senate Maps - 2012 Regular Session

Enr SB1008 Congressional Map
SB 199 Senator Unger
SB 223 Senator Boley
SB 225 Senator Snyder


› SB 1006 - Reapportioning senatorial districts
› SB 1008 - Reapportioning congressional districts

Select Committee on Redistricting

On August 1st, 2011, Senate Resolution 103 created the 17-member, bi-partisan Select Committee on Redistricting, chaired by Senate Majority Leader John Unger II.

A listing of Legislative and National redistricting announcements, fact sheets & links.
› Q and A: Changing County Magisterial Districts
› Citizen Submissions
› Redistricting Office - Redistricting Timeline
› NCSL - Redistricting Basics & Terminology
› Brennan Center - A Citizen's Guide to Redistricting
› U.S. Census - Strength in Numbers
› Relevance of Compactness
› NCSL - Census & Redistricting Profiles
› U.S. Census Bureau
› American Community Survey

› Senate Redistricting Task Force To Hold Meeting In Charleston
› Upshur County Informational Meeting Schedule
› Pocahontas County Informational Meeting Schedule
› Raleigh County Informational Meeting Schedule
› Mercer County Informational Meeting Schedule
› Marion County Informational Meeting Schedule
› Mingo and Cabell Informational Meeting Schedules
› Kanawha, Logan and Wood Informational Meeting Schedules
› Senate Launches Redistricting Website
› Senate Redistricting Task Force Announces Statewide Informational Meeting Dates
› Acting President Appoints Redistricting Task Force

› Metronews - Lawmakers Look At The Lines
› Metronews - Draw the Maps For Us
› Bluefield Daily Telegraph - Senate Redistricting Task Force meets in Mercer County
› Daily Mail - W.Va. redistricting drafts show dueling approaches
› Charleston Gazette - Kanawha to lose part of state Senate district
› Phil Kabler: Feelings about special session
› Lawmakers Could Begin Looking at Redistricting This Week
› Charleston Gazette - State senators start drafting redistricting plans
› WDTV - Community Meets to Discuss Senatorial Redistricting
› News & Sentinel - North may gain state Senate seats
› Allegheny Mountain Radio - WV Legislators Visit Marlinton To Get Feedback On State Senate Redistricting
› The Pocahontas Times - State redistricting task force seeks local input
› Charleston Gazette - Redistricting special session might start Aug. 1
› Parkersburg News & Sentinel - Redistricting committee meeting Wednesday
› Herald Dispatch - Redistricting concerns voiced
› Parkersburg News & Sentinel - Capito, McKinley discuss state redistricting
› Parkersburg News & Sentinel - State wants public input on redistricting
› Lincoln Journal - District populations differ hugely
› Boone Examiner - Redistricting Meeting Comes to Chapmanville Wednesday
› Logan Banner - Redistricting meeting is tomorrow in Chapmanville Issue
› Ferns, Storch Town Hall Meeting Will Focus on Redistricting Issue
› WVNS 59 - What to Do About the Redistricting of the State
› Register Herald - Debate on Redistricting Continues at Tamarack
› Register Herald - Make Yourself Heard (Editorial)
› Daily Mail - Many delegates back smaller state districts
› State Journal - W.Va. Lawmakers Take Redistricting to the Public
› Register Herald - Lawmaker says multi-delegate districts unconstitutional
› WDTV - State Senators Stop in Marion County to Discuss Redistricting
› WBOY - Senate Redistricting Task Force Stops in Fairmont
› Daily Mail - Calls rise for single-seat districts in House
› Gazette - House redistricting dominates Senate hearing
› Metronews - Residents Call for Single-Delegate Seats at Redistricting Meeting
› WSAZ - Redistricting Discussed for W.Va. House
› WOWK - Senate Task Force Tackles Redistricting
› WV Watchdog - Watch Live Broadcast of Tonight?s Senate Redistricting Meeting in Charleston
› Gazette - State redistricting not politics as usual, Senate leader says
› The Intelligencer - W.Va. Senators Discuss Changing Congress District
› WTRF - Redistricting Ideas Exchanged in Wheeling
› Metronews - Residents Voice Concerns in First Redistricting Meeting
› WV Pubcast - EP residents attend redistricting meeting
› Martinsburg Journal - Congressional districts get big reactions
› Register Herald - Drawing the lines
› State Journal - Unger's Plan for Redistricting: 'Totally Transparent' Process
› Martinsburg Journal - Redistricting meetings on tap
› The InterMountain - Meetings planned to discuss redistricting

Statewide Public Informational Meetings

1. May 4 (Wed) 7-830pm- Berkeley County, Martinsburg, WV
Berkeley County Courthouse
2nd Floor Courtroom
100 West King Street
Martinsburg, WV 25401

2. May 11 (Wed) 7-830pm- Ohio County, Wheeling, WV
Ohio County Courthouse
2nd Floor, City Council Chamber
1500 Chapline Street
Wheeling, WV 26003

3. May 18 (Wed) 7-830pm- Kanawha County, Charleston, WV
Kanawha County Courthouse
First Floor, Commission Courtroom
409 Virginia Street East
Charleston, WV 25301

4. May 21 (Sat) 10-1130am- Marion County, Fairmont, WV
Marion County Courthouse
Division #1 Courtroom, 3rd Floor
219 Adams Street
Fairmont, WV 26554

5. May 25 (Wed) 7-830pm- Mingo County, Williamson, WV
Williamson City Hall
Council Chamber
107 East 4th Avenue
Williamson, WV 25661

6. June 1 (Wed) 7-830pm- Raleigh County, Beckley, WV
Governor Hulett C. Smith Theater
TAMARACK: The Best of West Virginia
One Tamarack Park
Beckley, WV 25801

7. June 2, 2011 (Thu) 7-8:30pm- Pocahontas County, Marlinton, WV
Marlinton Town Hall Auditorium
709 Second Avenue
Marlinton, WV 24954

8. June 8 (Wed) 7-830pm- Logan County, Chapmanville, WV
Chapmanville Municipal Building
329 West Tiger Lane
Chapmanville, WV 25508

9. June 11 (Sat) 430-6pm- Cabell County, Huntington, WV
Cabell County Courthouse
Courtroom #1
750 5th Avenue
Huntington, WV 25701

10. June 15 (Wed) 7-830pm- Wood County, Parkersburg, WV
Parkersburg Municipal Building
Second Floor, Council Chamber
1 Government Square
Parkersburg, WV 26101

11. June 25 (Sat) 10-1130am- Upshur County, Buckhannon, WV
Christopher Hall of Science, Hyma Auditorium (on campus)
West Virginia Wesleyan College
59 College Avenue
Buckhannon, WV 26201

12. July 21, 2011 (Thu) 7-8:30pm- Mercer County, Princeton, WV
Mercer County Courthouse
Courtroom of Judge William J. Sadler
1501 W. Main Street
Princeton, WV 24740

2010 Census Information

The files below reflect the new district and county population numbers in West Virginia based on the 2010 Federal Census.

New districts have not been drawn based on these numbers. Released (03/23/2011)
› Senate Districts
› House Districts
› Congressional Districts
› County Population

Public Law 94-171 Reference Maps (2010 CENSUS)
› P.L. 94-171 VTD/SLD Reference Maps
› P.L. 94-171 County Block Maps
› Census Tract Reference Maps

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