The 2011 PA congressional map created some of the most unfair districts in the country.

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December Action! Reform the Rules
Procedural rules got in the way of
reform in the last legislative session.
Take action today to change that!

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Let’s put redistricting power where it belongs: with the people.

A landmark Pennsylvania Supreme Court decision found that our 2011 congressional district map violated the state constitution. The court redrew the districts and issued a new map.

But this is only a short-term fix. Redistricting will happen again after the 2020 Census, and if we don’t change the process, the 2021 map is likely to be gerrymandered, too—regardless of which party is in power. That’s why we’re advocating for a new approach:

Impartial

An independent citizens’ commission leads redistricting efforts

Transparent

Citizens participate in the process and “closed-door” deal-making ends

Accountable

Clear standards for equality, fairness, and integrity guide the process

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Join the more than 40,000 Pennsylvanians who have already signed our petition to the PA Legislature.

We need you, now.

Polls show two-thirds of Pennsylvanians want reform. More than 270 county and municipal governments have passed resolutions of support. And a majority of legislators from both sides of the aisle support reform, but we need party leaders to act.

Thousands of your neighbors are already making calls and holding rallies. Join them. Take action now.

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