By: KDKA-TV News Staff

HARRISBURG (KDKA) – Pennsylvanians will have several chances to give their thoughts on proposed district maps for the Pennsylvania Senate and House of Representatives.

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The Legislative Reapportionment Commission is hosting five hearings and accepting public comments.

The preliminary maps carve the state into 203 house districts and 50 Senate districts.

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There will be four hearings in Harrisburg but citizens can take part remotely.

An in-person hearing will also be held in McCandless on January 4 but comments can still be submitted online.

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