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Preliminary Maps: Review and Offer Comment

On December 15, the House State Government Committee passed an amended Congressional map from committee. The next day, the Legislative Reapportionment Commission passed preliminary House and Senate maps.

Citizens now have thirty days to offer comment on the legislative maps and an undisclosed number of days to comment on the Congressional map.

Preliminary Congressional Plan

On December 8, Representative Seth Grove, Chair of the House State Government Committee, announced a preliminary Congressional plan. The map was created by Amanda Holt, litigant in a successful appeal in the 2011-2012 redistricting cycle.

The People’s Maps Submitted to the LRC

Fair Districts PA supporters and allies believe that electoral districts belong to all of us, and that all of us should have a say in how districts are drawn.

Peoples Maps

The People’s Maps: Seeking Feedback!

Introducing the People’s Maps: Fair Districts PA submissions to the Legislative Reapportionment Commission (LRC). These maps were created with input from people across Pennsylvania. We’re inviting public feedback on our final drafts and we ask the Legislative Reapportionment Commission (LRC) to consider these districts, to match our metrics and invite community feedback before their own maps are finalized.

How Your Written Testimony Makes a Difference

When you’re unable to get to a hearing for oral testimony, your written testimony can make an impact on how maps in PA are drawn for the next 10 years. Here’s what you can do.

Mapping toward Racial Equity

Pennsylvania’s Black and Brown populations have been growing steadily across the past decades, but representation in the PA General Assembly has not kept pace.

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Why We Work on Prison Gerrymandering

Fair Districts PA Chair Carol Kuniholm spoke at a recent press conference on prison gerrymandering, explaining the need to count incarcerated persons in their own communities and urging the Legislative Reapportionment Commission to take action. Her comments are below.