League of Women Voters of Virginia asks Census Bureau to end prison gerrymandering

Virginia League of Women Voters calls on the Census Bureau to count incarcerated people at home, end prison gerrymandering.

by Aleks Kajstura, March 4, 2014

The League of Women Voters of Virginia recently sent a letter to the Census Bureau, calling on the Bureau to end prison gerrymandering by counting incarcerated people as residents of their home addresses by the next Census.

For more info check out the League’s newsletter article onVirginia’s continuing struggles with prison gerrymandering, and our page tracking the Virginia campaign to end prison gerrymandering.



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