Have an opinion about gerrymandering and redistricting? Sound off at these public meetings

BY: - March 20, 2019

It’s not a 67-county tour, but the public will have an opportunity to sound off on how Pennsylvania should draw its political boundaries at meetings across the state. Through an executive order, Gov. Tom Wolf in November created a 15-member commission that will study redistricting and make recommendations to the Legislature. Republican lawmakers were not […]


Is there a moral case for redistricting reform? A Philly clergyman says ‘Yes’ | Monday Morning Coffee

BY: - March 11, 2019

And the Lord said, 'Let thine districts be contiguous and compact.'

Redistricting reformers have one more shot at preventing a 2021 gerrymander

BY: - March 7, 2019

The fight to change how Pennsylvania draws its political boundaries is going into overtime.


One-party rule in 49 state legislatures is the single biggest argument for gerrymandering reform | Analysis

BY: - February 21, 2019

The majority of US state legislatures are controlled by Republicans because legislative districts are drawn to favor them. Voters are catching on, but change will be slow.