Redistricting is now in the courts. See all of the Pa. congressional maps submitted to them

On Sunday, the Commonwealth Court will pick one map for the coming decade.

By: - January 27, 2022 5:41 pm

Lawyers for lawmakers and good government groups argued in court Thursday over who had the best map to divide Pennsylvania in to 17 new congressional districts. The state is shedding a congressional seat in the decennial redraw because of slow population growth.

On Sunday, the Commonwealth Court will pick one map for the coming decade after Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf and the Republican-controlled Legislature could not come to an agreement.

Under state law, congressional maps are approved as legislation that the governor can sign or veto. On Thursday, Wolf vetoed the map.

See the maps submitted to the court below.

Gov. Tom Wolf

House and Senate Republicans

House Democrats

Senate Democrats

Map one

Map two

U.S. Rep. Guy Reschenthaler, et. al.

Map one

Map two

Draw the Lines

Khalif Ali, et. al.

Gressman, et. al.

Carter, et. al.

Citizen Voters

Voters of PA



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Stephen Caruso
Stephen Caruso

Stephen Caruso is a former senior reporter with Pennsylvania Capital-Star. Before working with the Capital-Star he covered Pennsylvania state government for The PLS Reporter.