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.
1/10: Democratic Gov. Ralph Northam announced that he would propose legislation that would eliminate voter ID requirements.
1/8: The Public Interest Legal Foundation threatened to sue the state of Virginia if they do not remove noncitizen from their voter rolls.
1/8: The Public Interest Legal Foundation threatened to sue the state of Virginia if they didn't clean up their noncitizen voter rolls.
12/20: The Public Interest Legal Foundation threatened to sue the Virginia Board of Elections unless they purge noncitizens from voter rolls.
12/14: Virginia legislators asked the justices to block proceedings in the lower court aimed at coming up with new maps for the 2019 election until the Supreme Court can rule on the dispute.