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Proposed House Districts In Prince William

By Greg L | 29 March 2011 | Manassas Park, Manassas City, Virginia House, Prince William County | 7 Comments

The House has posted their redistricting bill and within that are broad descriptions of the makeup of the now eight House Districts (up from five) that will be in Prince William.  Although we don’t know exactly where the proposed precinct splits are drawn, this at least gives us some idea of what these boundaries will be.  As for the Senate, they’ve posted maps on the DLIS website but the stupid way they’re providing the data makes the server crash constantly.

So here’s what we know right now.  I’ve omitted the data regarding surrounding counties to simplify this list a bit:

Second (Open Seat). Belmont, Featherstone, Potomac View, Rippon, River Oaks, and Swans Creek and part of Quantico.

Thirteenth (Bob Marshall).  All of the City of Manassas Park, and Prince William County precincts Buckland Mills, Bull Run, Glenkirk, Limestone, Mullen, Pace West, Parkside, Signal Hill, Sinclair, and Sudley North, and parts of Battlefield and Stonewall.

Thirty-first (Scott Lingamfelter).  Ashland, Beville, Enterprise, Forest Park, Godwin, King, Lodge, Montclair, Park, Pattie, Powell, Saunders, and Washington‑Reid and part of Benton.

Fortieth (Tim Hugo).  Mountain View and parts of the Alvey and Battlefield.

Fiftieth (Jackson Miller). All of the City of Manassas, and Prince William County precints Bristow Run, Cedar Point, Ellis, Marsteller, Pr. William A (new precinct), Victory, and Westgate, and part of the Stonewall Precinct.

Fifty-first (Richard Anderson). Bennett, Bethel, Brentsville, Buckhall, Chinn, Kerrydale, Lake Ridge, Marshall, McCoart, Mohican, Nokesville, Old Bridge, Penn, Rockledge, Springwoods, Westridge, and Woodbine and part of Benton.

Fifty-second (Luke Torian). Bel Air, Civic Center, Dale, Dumfries, Freedom, Graham Park, Henderson, Kilby, Library, Lynn , Minnieville, Neabsco, Occoquan, and Potomac  and part of Quantico.

Eighty-seventh (Open). Evergreen and part of Alvey.



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7 Comments

  1. Franco said on 29 Mar 2011 at 10:15 pm:
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    Start calling the 2nd Dist. “The Riley Seat.”

    Anyone else notice that “votejimriley.com” is active?

  2. Patty said on 30 Mar 2011 at 9:37 am:
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    For the 50th, what part of Stonewall? According to the PWC proposed redistricting there will not be voting at Sinclair.

  3. Harry said on 30 Mar 2011 at 1:58 pm:
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    A mess!

  4. Greg L said on 30 Mar 2011 at 11:49 pm:
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    The dividing line between the 13th and 50th in Stonewall is generally Liberia. Everyone north of it is in the 13th.

  5. Patty said on 31 Mar 2011 at 8:38 am:
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    Greg, I understand Liberia. Does that hold true for all of Lomond Drive?

  6. Anonymous said on 31 Mar 2011 at 11:33 am:
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    Liberia changes to Lomond Drive once you get out of the city limits.

  7. Patty said on 31 Mar 2011 at 1:49 pm:
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    Anon,

    Yes, I know. It is actually Lomond South and then Lomond Drive. Lomond Drive goes into Manassas Drive and Amherst. I just want to know how the district falls. With the way the County is chopping up my neighborhood I wouldn’t be surprised if the House used Urbanna for a boundary.

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