‘It’s a Rubik’s Cube’: Pa. grapples with competing redistricting priorities
Some advocates organized a coalition of dozens of academic and civic groups known as Draw the Lines PA, which is led by the Committee of Seventy, a Philadelphia-based good government organization, have already released their own map as a starting point.
Pa. Democrats’ constituencies are growing. How does that impact 2022?
“This leadership team … recognizes that if we have fair districts, Democrats will win. We don’t need gerrymandered Democratic districts, and frankly we don’t want that,” Democratic strategist Joe Corrigan said.
Campaign committees raise record $35.4 million to spend on Pa. Legislature in 2020 election
Democratic and Republican campaign committees are smashing records as they vie for control of the Pennsylvania General Assembly this year.