The latest in PA redistricting

  • Revising the PA Citizens' Map

    January 12th, 2022

    Draw the Lines releases an updated version of the Pennsylvania Citizens’ Map.

  • DTL Statement on revised congressional map draft from House

    December 15th, 2021


  • Draw the Lines Statement on House State Gov't Committee draft map

    December 8th, 2021

    Today, the Pennsylvania House State Government Committee released a preliminary Congressional redistricting map for public input. In response, David Thornburgh, Chair of Draw the Lines PA, released the following statement:

  • Draw the Lines video series of Pennsylvanians discussing the Citizens' Map

    November 17th, 2021

    Draw the Lines is proud to introduce a new video series that will interview the people who helped contribute to the PA Citizens' Map. Some are senior citizens. Some aren't even seniors in high school. They come from all over PA, with a range of backgrounds. They focused on different goals in their own maps, like compactness, minimizing splits, honoring the Voting Rights Act, or pursuing competitive elections. All are focused on a transparent process and better maps than 2011.

  • Citizen Map Corps members give their thoughts on draft legislative maps to LRC

    November 15th, 2021

    The PA Legislative Reapportionment Commission will field testimony on Nov. 15, 2021 on citizen-drawn state legislative maps. Here is ours.

  • DTL calls on legislature to immediately produce a congressional map

    October 26th, 2021

    Draw the Lines today publicly called on the General Assembly to swiftly and transparently produce a draft map of congressional districts for public comment, using the 2020 Census data released in August, citing its own Pennsylvania Citizens’ Map as an example of a fair and sound map that was produced using input from thousands of Pennsylvanians who drew their own districts.