Pa. set to shed a congressional seat as 2020 Census data begins trickling in
Pennsylvania is one of seven states to lose seats, along with New York, California, Illinois, Michigan, West Virginia and Ohio.
Pa. Legislature looks for path forward on redistricting, reapportionment, following census data delays
In a joint meeting of the House and Senate State Government committees Wednesday morning, legislators looked for a possible path forward following the U.S. Census Bureau’s Feb. 12 announcement that redistricting data would be delayed until Sept. 30, 2021 with possible ramifications being felt well into 2022.
Census delay in releasing population data throws states, Pa.’s May primary into question
The latest pandemic-spurred delay, announced by bureau officials on Friday, hugely scrambles the once-a-decade redistricting process for states with deadlines looming this year.
Third time’s the charm? Census count deadline moves … again
The new projected reporting date of March 6 is nearly a month after the Feb. 9 projected date offered by the Bureau to a federal judge last week.
Where’s the count? An update on the status of the 2020 Census
Since the 2020 Census count ended in mid-October, the U.S. Census Bureau has been working to process the data it collected. That’s a trying endeavor during a pandemic and in the midst of a presidential election year. The bureau, which usually sticks to a timeline for collecting, processing and presenting the data, said late last […]
Trump administration excludes undocumented immigrants from census reapportionment process
Trump said the exclusion of undocumented immigrants from the reapportionment process is part of his earlier efforts to determine the citizenship status of Americans.