News

  • The Superb Six: Hail to our 3 state champion mappers and the 3 runners-up

    Chris Satullo | February 6th, 2019

    State College and Drexel Hill rocked the house in Harrisburg as Draw the Lines named its 2018 champion mappers

  • The Teacher's Tale: Julia Fuhrman, Delone Catholic

    Chris Satullo | February 4th, 2019

    A Catholic school teacher embraces DTL as a lesson in D.I.Y. democracy

    Julia Fuhrman teaches at Delone Catholic H.S. | Image Credit: Hanover Studio of Photography
  • Penn State class relied on taco power to finish its winning map

    Chris Satullo | January 29th, 2019

    Professor Christopher Fowler
  • Judging the maps: How we did it

    Chris Satullo | January 21st, 2019

    Justin Villere, DTL's chief of staff, hard at work evaluating maps

    Justin Villere, DTL chief of staff, hard at work evaluating maps
  • ICYMI: That didn't take long; partisan squabbling over new redistricting panel begins

    Chris Satullo | December 5th, 2018

    Last Wednesday, Gov. Wolf named David Thornburgh, CEO of the Committee of Seventy and leader of Draw the Lines PA, to head a new advisory panel tasked with suggesting redistricting reforms. The commission is already caught in a partisan crossfire, as Republican leaders take aim.

    Photo: David Thornburgh
    David Thornburgh | Image Credit: DTL Staff
  • What the mid-terms meant for reform in PA

    Chris Satullo | November 15th, 2018

    An analysis of how the mid-term election results in Pennsylvania affect the quest to slay the gerrymander.

  • ICYMI - Barnstorming, quelling a 'blue wave' and Better Boundaries

    Chris Satullo | October 10th, 2018

    A review of the week's news about DTL and the issue of gerrymandering.

    Creed's Seafood and Steaks in King of Prussia, which is part of the legend of gerrymandering in Pennsylvania. | Image Credit: crusaderjournal.com