We've been focusing on Mark Critz as a possible redistricting victim over here in Pa, so let's get up to speed with West Virginia via the WashPost's Fix blog. They say US Rep Shelley Moore Capito -- who turned down a chance to run against Joe Manchin for Senate last year -- could be targeted by Democrats controlling the state:
Rep. Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.): Democrats control the redistricting process in West Virginia, and Capito's district could be targeted. While she's not running in the special election for governor this year, she could run when a full term is up in 2012. Capito has a few things going for her if she plans to stay put, though: (1) Freshman GOP Rep. David McKinley's swing district could be a much more attractive redistricting target for Democrats, and (2) Democrats may be wary of forcing Capito out of her congressional seat, knowing full well that she would be formidable in a statewide race.
(Note: Unlike Pa, WVa is not losing a congressional seat -- it has just three. Capito or McKinley would be targeted by packing more Democrats into their districts.)