What does the Jan. 6 committee hope to learn from Sen. Doug Mastriano? | Bruce Ledewitz
If Mastriano can be called to testify, why not every Republican legislator who voted to reject lawful Biden electors?
National Democrats file new suit asking state courts to draw Pa. congressional map
The state had 18 the last decade, but lost one due to population gains in the other states after the 2020 census. The new population numbers also leave the state’s map malapportioned, unlawful and in need of an immediate redraw, the suit argues.
Wolf’s congressional redistricting listening tour to begin next week | Five for the Weekend
Members of the governor's Redistricting Advisory Council will embark on a statewide listening tour next week.
Four take-aways from Pennsylvania’s 2020 U.S. Census data
The U.S. Census Bureau on Thursday released population data relevant to states’ legislative redistricting and reapportionment efforts, days ahead of its Aug. 16 deadline. The data, which will be used to redraw state legislative boundaries and congressional districts, showed where, and what, has changed in Pennsylvania over the last decade. Here are a few noteworthy […]
Experts, advocates call for ‘transparency,’ ‘clarity’ in reapportionment process
Led by state Rep. Seth Grove, R-York, the House State Government Committee, which is tasked with planning how best to redraw Pennsylvania’s now-17 congressional districts, heard recommendations on criteria for map-making, public engagement, and representation in an hours-long hearing on reapportionment.