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  • DTL's Thornburgh to head governor's new redistricting reform panel

    Chris Satullo | November 29th, 2018

    David Thornburgh will chair panel on redistricting reform.

    Photo: David Thornburgh
    David Thornburgh | Image Credit: DTL Staff
  • The Mapper's Tale: Rachel Matto of Mannheim Township

    Chris Satullo | November 29th, 2018

    Student mapper Rachel Matto worked hard to keep populations equal and avoid county splits on her map, but said that overall it was 'fun and simple.'

    Rachel Matto, student mapper from Lancaster County
  • Maneuvering to undo Clean Missouri reforms has begun

    Chris Satullo | November 27th, 2018

    Missouri lawmakers are already making noises about trying to overturn the will of the voters who overwhelming approved the Clean Missouri reform package at the polls.

    Missouri State Sen. Dave Schatz | Image Credit: The Missouri Times
  • Photos: Saving democracy one pizza at a time

    DTL Staff | November 27th, 2018

    On a miserable, rainy night, 30 people turned out at the Media-Upper Providence Library to learn how to map a new course for legislative districts.

    Image Credit: Linda Breitstein
  • The Mapper's Tale: BJ Ellis of Shillington

    Chris Satullo | November 26th, 2018

    A mapper from Berks County talks about how hard he found it to do the map he wanted without splitting county lines.

    Image Credit: Kevin Patrick Robbins
  • ICYMI: SCOTUS back in the gerrymandering headlines

    Don Henry | November 16th, 2018

    In Maryland an inter-party brawl is developing over the appeal, while racial concerns are at the center of the Virginia case.