News

  • 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
  • Yes, it's mapping time again, Pennsylvania

    Chris Satullo | February 4th, 2019

    Draw the Lines launches it's second citizen mapping competition.

  • 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: Maryland backs citizen mapping as U.S. Supreme Court prepares to hear cases

    Don Henry | January 7th, 2019

    As the Supreme Court becomes more conservative, some fear that key weapons in the fight for fairer districts could be struck down.

  • ICYMI: DTL in the news and the 'empire' strikes back

    Chris Satullo | January 2nd, 2019

    In several state capitols, elected officials continue to try to thwart or undo redistricting reforms that voters just approved.

    The Missouri State Capitol in Jefferson City | Image Credit: Associated Press
  • ICYMI: Bipartisan ire foils N.J. Dems' gerrymandering scheme

    Chris Satullo | December 18th, 2018

    A grassroots uprising by both red and blue sources made Trenton power brokers back off a distinctly partisan redistricting "reform."

    The New Jersey Statehouse in Trenton