‘We’re in a moment’: Is it time to expand voting rights for incarcerated Pennsylvanians?
'When I was told I could vote, it was an amazing feeling,” Jessie Tate said. “It felt so good. They gave you an ‘I voted’ sticker, and I was walking around with that sticker on all day long.”
Despite population growth, minorities lost representation in redistricting | Friday Morning Coffee
Pa. was among the states that bucked the trend. How did that happen?
Prison Gerrymandering: Who counts in Pennsylvania? That depends on who’s counting | Opinion
Incarceration should not obliterate civic engagement – or inflate long-standing imbalances of power.
Pa. redistricting commission to count people in prison at their old home, not in their cell
This will effectively mark a small but meaningful shift in population from Pennsylvania countryside to it’s cities, increasing urban representation while reducing rural representation.
My son is incarcerated. Prison gerrymandering silences his voice. It’s time to end it | Opinion
You may not be in the same situation that our family is in, but I would bet you can understand the hurt I feel when I can’t get my child — my family, my world — the help he needs.