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CHAPTER 2
An Act to amend the Code of Virginia by adding a section numbered 24.2-303.1, and to repeal 24.2-303 of the Code of Virginia, relating to senatorial districts.
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Approved April 21, 2001

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Virginia:

1. That the Code of Virginia is amended by adding a section numbered 24.2-303.1 as follows:

24.2-303.1. Senatorial districts.

A. There shall be forty members of the Senate of Virginia elected from forty senatorial districts and each district is entitled to representation by one senator.

B. All references in this section to boundaries of counties and cities shall be interpreted to refer to those in existence on April 1, 2001, and as reported by the United States Bureau of the Census in the 2000 Census reports provided pursuant to United States Public Law 94-171, notwithstanding subsequent boundary changes by law, annexation, merger, consolidation, or the voiding of boundary changes theretofore made final.

C. Parts of counties and cities listed in subsection D are defined by reference to the 2000 Census reports for the precincts, parts of precincts, and blocks listed for each senatorial district in the Statistical Report for enrolled Senate Bill 1 on file with the Clerk of the Senate.

D. The forty senatorial districts are:

First. All of the City of Poquoson; part of York County comprised of the Coventry, Tabb, and Bethel Precincts; part of the City of Hampton comprised of the Syms, Booker, Buckroe, Burbank, Fox Hill, and Phillips Precincts and part of the Langley Precinct; and part of the City of Newport News comprised of the Denbigh, Epes, Jenkins, Oyster Point, Richneck, Windsor, Bland, Boulevard, Charles, Christopher Newport, Deep Creek, Watkins, Grissom, Hidenwood, Hilton, Palmer, Riverside, Sanford, Saunders, Warwick, Yates, Riverview, Kiln Creek, Beaconsdale, and Sedgefield Precincts.

Second. Part of the City of Hampton comprised of the Aberdeen, Bassette, City Hall, Cooper, East Hampton, LaSalle, Lee, Pembroke, Phenix, Phoebus, River, Smith, Tarrant, Wythe, Forrest, Jones, Kecoughtan, Kraft, Magruder, Mallory, Northampton, Tucker Capps, and Tyler Precincts and part of the Langley Precinct; part of the City of Newport News comprised of the Briarfield, Carver, Chestnut, Downtown, Dunbar, Huntington, Jefferson, Magruder, Marshall, New Market, Newsome Park, Reed, River, South Morrison, Washington, and Wilson Precincts; part of the City of Portsmouth comprised of the Thirty-Seven/Thirty-Eight Precinct; and part of the City of Suffolk comprised of the Harbour View Precinct.

Third. All of Gloucester, James City, and New Kent Counties; all of the City of Williamsburg; part of York County comprised of the Queens Lake, Yorktown, Waller Mill, Nelson, Magruder, Seaford, Harris Grove, Edgehill, Dare, and Harwoods Mill Precincts; and part of the City of Newport News comprised of the Mcintosh, Reservoir, Lee Hall, and Nelson Precincts.

Fourth. All of Caroline, Essex, Hanover, King and Queen, King William, and Middlesex Counties; and part of Spotsylvania County comprised of the Partlow, Blaydes Corner, Travelers Rest, Summit, and Battlefield Precincts.

Fifth. Part of the City of Chesapeake comprised of the Crestwood, Georgetown, Oaklette, South Norfolk Fire Station, Carver School, and Providence Church of Christ Precincts; part of the City of Norfolk comprised of the Canterbury, Ghent Square, Immanuel, Lafayette Library, Lafayette Presbyterian, Lambert's Point, Larchmont Library, Larchmont Recreation Center, Maury, Ohef Sholom, Park Place, St. Andrews, Stuart, Ballentine, Tanner's Creek, Bowling Park, Coleman Place School, Lafayette-Winona, Lindenwood, Monroe, Norview Methodist, Norview Recreation Center, Rosemont, Sherwood School, Union Chapel, Berkley, Brambleton, Campostella, Chesterfield, Coleman Place Presbyterian, Easton, Fairlawn, Hunton Y, Ingleside, Poplar Halls, Young Park, Sherwood Rec Center Part 1, and Sherwood Rec Center Part 2 Precincts; and part of the City of Virginia Beach comprised of the College Park, Sherry Park, and Baker Precincts.

Sixth. All of Accomack, Mathews, and Northampton Counties; part of the City of Norfolk comprised of the Granby, Northside, Titustown Center, Tucker House, Zion Grace, Crossroads, Suburban Park, Therapeutic Center, Wesley, Willard, Azalea Gardens, Barron Black, Houston, Bayview School, Bayview United, East Ocean View, Larrymore, Little Creek, Ocean View School, Oceanair, Tarrallton, Third Presbyterian, Ocean View Center Part 1, and Ocean View Center Part 2 Precincts; and part of the City of Virginia Beach comprised of parts of the Lake Smith, Bayside, and Chesapeake Beach Precincts.

Seventh. Part of the City of Virginia Beach comprised of the Kingston, Mt. Trashmore, Malibu, Old Donation, Aragona, Ocean Park, Thoroughgood, Davis Corner, Point O' View, Arrowhead, Larkspur, Providence, Thalia, Witchduck, Pembroke, Bonney, Brandon, Bellamy, Centerville, Stratford Chase, Homestead, Shannon, Meadows, Forest, Colonial, Shell, Round Hill, and Woodstock (25)/Fairfield (26) Precincts and parts of the Lake Smith, Bayside, Chesapeake Beach, Little Neck, and Rosemont Forest Precincts.

Eighth. Part of the City of Virginia Beach comprised of the North Beach, South Beach, Linkhorn, Alanton, London Bridge, Cape Henry, Plaza, Holland, Capps Shop, Windsor Oaks, Kings Grant, Wolfsnare, Lynnhaven, Oceana, Magic Hollow, Landstown, Hunt, Eastern Shore, Hilltop, Strawbridge, Ocean Lakes (3)/Red Wing (30)/Sigma (31)/Culver (63), Seatack (5)/Rudee (72), and Trantwood (9)/Great Neck (10) Precincts and parts of the Courthouse and Little Neck Precincts.

Ninth. All of Charles City County; part of Henrico County comprised of the Brookland, Adams, Azalea, Brook Hill, Central Gardens, Chamberlayne, East Highland Park, Fairfield, Glen Lea, Greenwood, Highland Gardens, Hungary, Longdale, Ratcliffe, Upham, Wilkinson, Yellow Tavern, Maplewood, Landmark, Cedar Fork, Chickahominy, Donahoe, Eanes, Elko, Fairmount, Glen Echo, Highland Springs, Laburnum, Masonic, Town Hall, Montrose, Pleasants, Sandston, Seven Pines, Sullivans, Mehfoud, Whitlocks, Nine Mile, Dorey, and Antioch Precincts; and part of the City of Richmond comprised of the 206, 208, 211, 212, 213, 301, 302, 303, 304, 305, 306, 307, 308, 402, 403, 404, 412, 501, 502, 503, 504, 505, 508, 602, 603, 604, 606, 607, 608, 701, and 909 Precincts.

Tenth. All of Amelia and Powhatan Counties; part of Chesterfield County comprised of the Skinquarter, Tomahawk, Evergreen, Woolridge, Brandermill, Smoketree, Monacan, Reams, Huguenot, Crestwood, Midlothian, Robious, Bon Air, Greenfield, Salisbury, Cranbeck, Sycamore, Shenandoah, Beaufont, Watkins, and Belgrade 508/Black Heath 511 Precincts; part of Cumberland County comprised of the Precinct 1-1, Precinct 1-2, Precinct 2, and Precinct 3 Precincts and part of the Precinct 4 Precinct; part of Goochland County comprised of the Fife, Hadensville, Three Square, Sandy Hook, and Goochland Court House Precincts; part of Henrico County comprised of the Monument Hills Precinct; and part of the City of Richmond comprised of the 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 111, 112, 113, 114, 203, 204, 207, 409, 410, 411, and 413 Precincts.

Eleventh. All of the City of Colonial Heights; and part of Chesterfield County comprised of the South Chester, North Chester, Harrowgate, Wells, Ecoff, Iron Bridge, Gates, Beulah, Bird, Jacobs, Falling Creek, Belmont, Chippenham, Meadowbrook, Salem Church, Five Forks, Ettrick, Deer Run, Matoaca, Winfrees Store, Beach, Winterpock, Walthall, Branches, Bailey Bridge, Spring Run, Pocahontas 307/Crenshaw 308, Genito, Providence, Lyndale, Manchester, Wagstaff, Davis, and Harbour Pointe 401/Swift Creek 411 Precincts.

Twelfth. Part of Goochland County comprised of the Centerville and Manakin Precincts; part of Henrico County comprised of the Dumbarton, Glen Allen, Glenside, Greendale, Hermitage, Hilliard, Hunton, Johnson, Lakeside, Longan, Maude Trevvett, Moody, Staples Mill, Stratford Hall, Summit Court, Bloomingdale, Canterbury, Randolph, Chipplegate, Cardinal, Coalpit, Crestview, Freeman, Innsbrook, Jackson Davis, Lauderdale, Ridge, Sadler, Cedarfield, Skipwith, Three Chopt, Tucker, Westwood, Causeway, Stoney Run, Byrd, Lakewood, Derbyshire, Gayton, Godwin, Maybeury, Mooreland, Pemberton, Pinchbeck, Ridgefield, Rollingwood, Spottswood, Tuckahoe, and West End Precincts; and part of the City of Richmond comprised of the 309 Precinct.

Thirteenth. All of Surry County; part of Isle of Wight County comprised of the Smithfield, Carrolton, Rushmere, Pons, Courthouse, Windsor, Orbit, Walters, Carrsville, and Zuni Precincts; part of Prince George County comprised of the Templeton, Blackwater, Brandon, Courts Bldg, and Bland Precincts; part of Southampton County comprised of the Berlin, Ivor, Sebrell, Hunterdale, Courtland, and Sedley Precincts; part of the City of Chesapeake comprised of the Churchland, Jolliff One, Fellowship Baptist Church, Silverwood, Taylor Road Fire Station, Bailey Creek, and Nansemond Precincts; part of the City of Franklin comprised of the Precinct 1-1, Precinct 2-1, and Precinct 6-1 Precincts; part of the City of Hopewell comprised of the Ward 2, Ward 3, Ward 4, Ward 5, and Ward 1 Precincts; part of the City of Portsmouth comprised of the Ten, Twenty-Three, Twenty-Four, Twenty-Five, Twenty-Nine, Thirty, Thirty-One, Thirty-Two, Thirty-Three, Thirty-Four, Thirty-Five, and Thirty-Six Precincts; and part of the City of Suffolk comprised of the Yeates, Driver, Ebenezer, Chuckatuck, King's Fork, Kilby's Mill, Holland, Lakeside, Elephant's Fork, Nansemond River, and Lake Meade Precincts.

Fourteenth. Part of the City of Chesapeake comprised of the Great Bridge, Bethel, Deep Creek, Greenbrier, Bells Mill, Geneva Park, Gilmerton, B. M. Williams School, Hickory Grove, Indian Creek, Indian River, Norfolk Highlands, Oak Grove, Tanglewood, Westover, Hickory Middle School, Great Bridge Middle School, Bridgetown, Lake Drummond, River Birch, John T. West, Parkways, Pleasant Crossing, Bells Mill II, Green Sea, Grassfield Part 1, and Grassfield Part 2 Precincts; and part of the City of Virginia Beach comprised of the Creeds, Blackwater, Timberlake, Green Run, Salem, Glenwood, and Dahlia Precincts and parts of the Courthouse and Rosemont Forest Precincts.

Fifteenth. All of Appomattox, Charlotte, Fluvanna, Halifax, Mecklenburg, and Prince Edward Counties; part of Amherst County comprised of the Wright Shop, New Glasgow, and Courthouse Precincts and part of the Temperance Precinct; part of Brunswick County comprised of the Brodnax, Rock Store, Tillman, and Dromgoole Precincts; part of Buckingham County comprised of the New Canton, White Hall, Curdsville, New Store, Maysville, Wrights, Slate River, and Gold Hill Precincts; part of Cumberland County comprised of the Precinct 5 Precinct and part of the Precinct 4 Precinct; and part of Lunenburg County comprised of the Plymouth, Brown's Store, McCoy Ghee's Store, Arrowhead Gun Club, Pleasant Grove, Reedy Creek, Peoples Community Center, Meherrin Fire Dept, and Courthouse Precincts.

Sixteenth. All of Dinwiddie County; all of the City of Petersburg; part of Chesterfield County comprised of the Bellwood, Enon, Drewry's Bluff, Point of Rocks, and Dutch Gap Precincts; part of Prince George County comprised of the Richard Bland College, Union Branch, Rives, and Jefferson Park Precincts; part of the City of Hopewell comprised of the Ward 6 and Ward 7 Precincts; and part of the City of Richmond comprised of the 509, 510, 609, 610, 702, 703, 704, 705, 706, 707, 802, 806, 807, 810, 811, 812, 813, 902, 903, 906, 908, 910, and 911 Precincts.

Seventeenth. All of Culpeper, Louisa, Madison, and Orange Counties; part of Spotsylvania County comprised of the Grange Hall, Maury, Plank Road, Frazers Gate, Belmont, Brokenburg, Todd's Tavern, Holbert, Salem, and Brent's Mill Precincts; and part of the City of Fredericksburg comprised of the District 1, District 3, and District 4 Precincts and part of the District 2 Precinct.

Eighteenth. All of Greensville, Nottoway, and Sussex Counties; all of the City of Emporia; part of Brunswick County comprised of the Edgerton, Fitzhugh, Alberta, Danieltown, Elmore, Seymour, Sturgeon, King's Store, and Lawrenceville Precincts; part of Isle of Wight County comprised of the Camps Mill Precinct; part of Lunenburg County comprised of the Parham's Store and Hound's Creek Precincts; part of Southampton County comprised of the Boykins, Branchville, Capron, Drewryville, Forks-of-the-River, Blackwater River, and Newsoms Precincts; part of the City of Chesapeake comprised of the Camelot, Oscar Smith School, E. W. Chittum School, St. Julians, Johnson Park, Sunray I, Sunray II, and South Norfolk Recreation Precincts; part of the City of Franklin comprised of the Precinct 3-1, Precinct 4-1, and Precinct 5-1 Precincts; part of the City of Portsmouth comprised of the One, Five, Seven, Nine, Eleven, Thirteen, Fourteen, Sixteen, Seventeen, Nineteen, Twenty, Twenty-One, Twenty-Two, Twenty-Six, Twenty-Seven, and Twenty-Eight Precincts; and part of the City of Suffolk comprised of the White Marsh, John F. Kennedy, Cypress Chapel, Airport, Whaleyville, Holy Neck, Olde Towne, and Hollywood Precincts.

Nineteenth. All of Franklin and Pittsylvania Counties; all of the City of Danville; and part of Campbell County comprised of the Courthouse, Morris Church, Brookneal, Gladys, Staunton River, Altavista, Lynch Station, and Yellow Branch Precincts and part of the Evington Precinct.

Twentieth. All of Carroll, Floyd, Henry, and Patrick Counties; all of the Cities of Galax and Martinsville; part of Grayson County comprised of the Independence, Baywood, Fairview, Oldtown, Providence, Fries Part 1, and Fries Part 2 Precincts; and part of Wythe County comprised of the Royal Oak, Rural Retreat, Evansham, Pine Ridge, Spiller, Withers, Fort Chiswell, Max Meadows, Sheffey, Huddle, Zion, and Evergreen Precincts.

Twenty-first. All of Craig and Giles Counties; all of the City of Roanoke; part of Montgomery County comprised of the A-1, A-2, A-3, B-1, E-1, E-2, F-1, F-2, G-1, and G-2 Precincts; part of Pulaski County comprised of the Belspring Precinct; and part of Roanoke County comprised of the Catawba, Mason Valley, Northside, Peters Creek, Bennett Springs, Botetourt Springs, and Woodlands Precincts.

Twenty-second. All of Botetourt County; all of the Cities of Radford and Salem; part of Montgomery County comprised of the B-2, B-3, C-1, C-2, C-3, C-4, D-1, D-2, D-3 Part 1, D-4, and D-5 Precincts; part of Roanoke County comprised of the Glenvar, Green Hill, Plantation, Burlington, Mountain View, Bonsack, Hollins, Bent Mountain, Poages Mill, Windsor Hills, Garst Mill, Oak Grove 304/Castle Rock 305, North Vinton, South Vinton, Lindenwood, Mount Pleasant, Cotton Hill, Penn Forest, Cave Spring, Odgen, Clearbrook, Mount Vernon, and Hunting Hills Precincts; and Montgomery A.

Twenty-third. All of Bedford County; all of the Cities of Bedford and Lynchburg; part of Amherst County comprised of the Coolwell, Monroe, Elon, Pleasant View, Amelon, and Madison Precincts and part of the Temperance Precinct; and part of Campbell County comprised of the Brookville, New London, White's Church, Bedford Springs, Walker, Concord, Kings, Airport, and Spring Hill Precincts and part of the Evington Precinct.

Twenty-fourth. All of Augusta, Greene, and Highland Counties; all of the Cities of Lexington, Staunton, and Waynesboro; part of Albemarle County comprised of the Crozet and Free Union Precincts; part of Rockbridge County comprised of the Highland Belle, Vo-Tech, Goshen, Meadowview, Rockbridge Baths, and Rockbridge Precincts; and part of Rockingham County comprised of the Keezletown, Mill Creek, Massanetta Springs, Montezuma, Mt. Crawford, Grottoes, North River, Elkton, Swift Run, McGaheysville, and South Fork Precincts.

Twenty-fifth. All of Alleghany, Bath, and Nelson Counties; all of the Cities of Buena Vista, Charlottesville, Clifton Forge, and Covington; parts of Albemarle County comprised of the Woodbrook, Commonwealth, Branchlands, Agnor-Hurt, Jack Jouett, University Hall, Ivy, East Ivy, North Garden 302/Batesville 303, Scottsville, Monticello, Porter's, Covesville, Cale, Keswick, Stony Point, Hollymead, Free Bridge, and Earlysville Precincts; part of Buckingham County comprised of the Glenmore Precinct; and part of Rockbridge County comprised of the Airport, Ben Salem, Fancy Hill, Effinger, Collierstown, Glasgow, Natural Bridge, Fairfield, Mountain View, and Vesuvius Precincts.

Twenty-sixth. All of Page, Rappahannock, Shenandoah, and Warren Counties; all of the City of Harrisonburg; and part of Rockingham County comprised of the Broadway, Timberville, Fulks Run, Bergton, Lacey Spring, Singers Glen, Edom, Melrose, Tenth Legion, Dayton, Turner Ashby (Silver Lake), Ottobine, Mt. Clinton, and Bridgewater Precincts.

Twenty-seventh. All of Clarke and Frederick Counties; all of the City of Winchester; part of Fauquier County comprised of the Kettle Run, Casanova, Warrenton, Baldwin Ridge, Remington, Opal, Marshall, Leeds, Waterloo, Upperville, The Plains, New Baltimore, and Broad Run Precincts; and part of Loudoun County comprised of the Middleburg, St. Louis, Purcellville, Round Hill, Hillsboro, Hamilton, Philomont, Lovettsville, Waterford, Lucketts, Between the Hills, Greenway, and Dry Mill Precincts and part of the Aldie Precinct.

Twenty-eighth. All of King George, Lancaster, Northumberland, Richmond, Stafford, and Westmoreland Counties; part of Fauquier County comprised of the Catlett, Lois, and Morrisville Precincts; part of Prince William County comprised of part of the Quantico Precinct; and part of the City of Fredericksburg comprised of part of the District 2 Precinct.

Twenty-ninth. All of the Cities of Manassas and Manassas Park; part of Prince William County comprised of the Brentsville, Armory, Nokesville, Parkside, Jackson, Linton Hall, Woodbine, Park, Saunders, Enterprise, Coles, King, Dumfries, Graham Park, Pattie, Washington-Reid, Montclair, Evergreen, Haymarket, Loch Lomond, Sinclair, Stonewall, Sudley, Westgate, Catharpin, Bull Run, Plantation, Mullen, and Kerrydale Precincts and part of the Quantico Precinct.

Thirtieth. Part of Arlington County comprised of the Arlington, Aurora Hills, Crystal City, Hume, Columbia, Fairlington, Virginia Highlands, Abingdon, Fillmore, Claremont, Glebe, Oakridge, Arlington View, and Shirlington Precincts; part of Fairfax County comprised of the Mount Eagle, Belle Haven, Belleview, Huntington, Marlan, and Grosvenor Precincts and parts of the Groveton and Hayfield 406/Woodlawn 412/Fairfield 413 Precincts; and part of the City of Alexandria comprised of the Annie B. Rose House, City Hall, Lyles Crouch School, Jefferson Houston School, Lee Center, Cora Kelly Center, Mt. Vernon Recreation Center, George Washington School, George Mason School, Agudas Achim Synagogue, Temple Beth El Synagogue, Maury School 201/Blessed Sacrament Church 204, and Second Presbyterian 205/Howard 9th Grade Center 206 Precincts.

Thirty-first. All of the City of Falls Church; part of Arlington County comprised of the Ashton Heights, Ballston, Barcroft, Cherrydale, Wilson, East Falls Church, Glen Carlyn, Clarendon, Lyon Park, Lyon Village, Overlee Knolls, Park Lane, Rosslyn, Thrifton, Westover, Woodlawn, Arlington Forest, Jefferson, Dominion Hills, Lexington, Rock Spring, Yorktown, Madison, Marshall, Nottingham, Ashlawn, Virginia Square, and Woodbury Precincts; and part of Fairfax County comprised of the Baileys, Barcroft, Glen Forest, Holmes, Ravenwood, Willston, Skyline, and Fort Buffalo Precincts.

Thirty-second. Part of Fairfax County comprised of the Reston #1, Reston #2, Dogwood, Hunters Woods, Reston #3, Glade, South Lakes, Terraset, North Point, Aldrin, Chain Bridge, Chesterbrook, Churchill, Cooper, El Nido, Great Falls, Haycock, Kenmore, Kirby, Langley, Longfellow, Mclean, Pimmit, Salona, Westhampton, Westmoreland, Herndon #1, Herndon #2, Clearview, Forestville, Herndon #3, Hutchison, Stuart, Sugarland, Hickory, Seneca, Marshall, Magarity, and Tysons Precincts.

Thirty-third. Part of Fairfax County comprised of the Fox Mill, Floris 203/Frying Pan 235, Franklin, Kinross, Navy, and Lees Corner Precincts; and part of Loudoun County comprised of the Sanders Corner, Ashburn Farm, Guilford, Forest Ridge, Simpson, Arcola, Balls Bluff, West Leesburg, East Leesburg, Oakcrest, Sugarland North, Sugarland South, Seneca, Lowes Island, Sully, Park View, Rolling Ridge, Farmwell Station, Algonkian, Ashburn Village, Potomac, and Cascades Precincts and part of the Aldie Precinct.

Thirty-fourth. All of the City of Fairfax; part of Fairfax County comprised of the Olde Creek, Oak Hill, Lake Braddock, Laurel, Villa, Long Branch, Robinson, Olley, Signal Hill, Colvin, Flint Hill, Vienna #1, Vienna #2, Vienna #4, Vienna #6, Westbriar, Wolftrap, Sunrise Valley, Shouse, Hummer, Camelot, Ridgelea, Blake, Freedom Hill, Mantua, Mosby, Price, Walker, Pine Ridge, Stenwood, Thoreau, Oakton, Nottoway, Penderbrook, Oak Marr, Vale, Waples Mill, Woodson Part 1, and Woodson Part 2 Precincts; and Fairfax A.

Thirty-fifth. Part of Fairfax County comprised of the Bristow, Chapel, Heritage, Kings Park, North Springfield #1, North Springfield #2, North Springfield #3, Ravensworth, Wakefield, Belvedere, Lincolnia, Masonville, Parklawn, Sleepy Hollow, Saint Albans, Westlawn, Weyanoke, Columbia, Brook Hill, Poe, Whittier, Walnut Hill #1, Bren Mar, Edsall, Graham, Greenway, Pine Spring, Shreve, Timber Lane, Woodburn, Merrifield, and Walnut Hill #2 Precincts; and part of the City of Alexandria comprised of the Hermitage, Southern Towers-Stratford, James K. Polk School, Patrick Henry School, Landmark Center, Charles E. Beatley Jr. Library, John Adams School, William Ramsay School, and South Port Precincts.

Thirty-sixth. Part of Fairfax County comprised of the Virginia Hills, Villages, Bucknell, Fort Hunt, Hollin Hall, Kirkside, Sherwood, Stratford, Waynewood, Westgate, Whitman, Woodley, Gunston, Belvoir, and Pohick Run Precincts and parts of the Groveton and Hayfield 406/Woodlawn 412/Fairfield 413 Precincts; and part of Prince William County comprised of the Lodge, Potomac, Henderson, Occoquan, Bethel, Chinn, Dale, Neabsco, Godwin, Civic Center, Minnieville, Bel Air, Belmont, Library, Lynn, Featherstone, Potomac View, Rippon, and Kilby Precincts.

Thirty-seventh. Part of Fairfax County comprised of the Fairview, Sideburn, Bonnie Brae, Burke, Pohick, Valley, Orange, Cherry Run, Terra Centre, White Oaks, Burke Centre, Sangster, Popes Head, Parkway, Centre Ridge, Chantilly, Dulles, Greenbriar East, Greenbriar West, Leehigh, London Towne, Rocky Run, Virginia Run, Centreville, Green Trails, Deer Park, Willow Springs, and Cub Run 903/Stone 917 Precincts.

Thirty-eighth. All of Bland, Buchanan, Dickinson, Russell, and Tazewell Counties; part of Pulaski County comprised of the New River, West Cloyd, Draper, South Pulaski, Newbern, Dublin, Hiwasee 302/Snowville 304, Massie, Walker, and Robinson Precincts; part of Smyth County comprised of the Saltville and Rich Valley Precincts; part of Wise County comprised of the Appalachia, Dorchester, Guest River, West Pound, East Pound, and St. Paul Precincts; and part of Wythe County comprised of the Jackson Memorial Precinct.

Thirty-ninth. Part of Fairfax County comprised of the Bush Hill, Cameron, Franconia, Pioneer, Rose Hill, Crestwood, Garfield, Lynbrook, Beulah, Kingstowne, Van Dorn, Lorton, Newington, Delong, Cardinal, Clifton, Fairfax Station, Keene Mill, Woodyard, Irving, Saratoga, Hunt, Silverbrook, West Springfield, and Newgate Precincts; and part of Prince WilIiam County comprised of the Buckhall, McCoart, Springwoods, Westridge, Lake Ridge, Old Bridge, Rockledge, and Mohican Precincts.

Fortieth. All of Lee, Scott, and Washington Counties; all of the Cities of Bristol and Norton; part of Grayson County comprised of the Bridle Creek, Flatridge, Grant, Mouth Of Wilson, Mount Rogers, Rugby, Troutdale, Comers Rock, and Elk Creek Precincts; part of Smyth County comprised of the Seven Mile Ford, Chilhowie, St. Clair, East Park, West Park, Atkins, Wassona, Royal Oak East, Royal Oak West, Adwolfe, Sugar Grove, and Konnarock Precincts; and part of Wise County comprised of the North Coeburn, Wise, Big Stone Gap, East Stone Gap, Clinch Valley, and South Coeburn Precincts.

2. That 24.2-303 of the Code of Virginia is repealed.


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