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
  • The Mapper's Tale: Rachel Matto of Manheim 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
  • 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