West Virginia House Passes Bill Ending Multi-Member Legislative Districts

On January 22, the West Virginia House passed HB 4002 by a vote of 72-25. It requires that all members of the House be elected from single-member districts. Currently there are eleven House districts that elect two members; six districts that elect three; two districts that elect four; and one district that elects five members.

The bill is now in the Senate Judiciary Committee.


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West Virginia House Passes Bill Ending Multi-Member Legislative Districts — 1 Comment

  1. One more 25 pct control regime conspiracy —

    1/2 or less votes x 1/2 gerrymander districts = 1/4 CONTROL

    PR and AppV

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