Spotsylvania's redistricting effort established new local election districts for the Board of Supervisors and School Board. Redistricting is the process to draw new electoral boundaries. It ensures election districts have roughly an equal number of people. Redistricting is required by law, and it takes place every 10 years after the Census. The collection and processing of census data was delayed last year, due to the pandemic. Redistricting does not change school attendance boundaries.
Additionally, the county does not draw new election districts for lawmakers in the Virginia General Assembly and U.S. Congress. The Virginia Supreme Court has approved the new Congressional, Senate and House of Delegate boundaries. View the order and approved maps.