GOP's Congressional Redistricting Plan Under Attack For What It Does In Western PennsylvaniaHouse Republicans on the state House Government Committee released their proposed congressional redistricting map.
Gov. Tom Wolf Signals Readiness For Congressional District Map DiscussionsGov. Tom Wolf on Wednesday released the priorities for drawing Pennsylvania’s new congressional districts given to him by panel he picked, signaling that he is ready to start discussions with Republicans who control the Legislature.
Redistricting Commission Scales Back Original Plan For Counting InmatesThe Legislative Redistricting Commission voted on Tuesday to scale back a proposal that it adopted last August.
Proposed Citizens Map Preserves Local Congressional Districts, Including Competitive Race To Succeed Conor LambA citizens group with input from thousands has come up with its own recommended map, and it's good news for this region.
Pennsylvania House State Government Committee Holding Redistricting HearingThe state House State Government Committee is holding a hearing for Allegheny County citizens to share their opinions about redistricting.
Pennsylvania Redistricting Panel To Count Inmates In Home TownsThe former university head and four Pennsylvania legislative leaders drawing new General Assembly district lines will take up the thorny issue Tuesday of whether to count state prisoners in their home districts instead of where their prisons are.
Legislature Begins To Tackle Congressional Redistricting, While Many Warn Against Political GerrymanderingThe state Legislature is holding hearings this week on how best to draw congressional district lines.
Redistricting Committees Named In West VirginiaFollowing the release of U.S. Census Bureau data, West Virginia legislative leaders named the committees for the redistricting process.
Former University Of Pittsburgh Chancellor Mark Nordenberg To Chair Redistricting PanelThe panel that will redraw the boundaries of Pennsylvania’s legislative districts will be chaired by the University of Pittsburgh’s former chancellor.
Constitutional Amendment To Change The Way Voters Elect Statewide Judges Splits Some RepublicansA proposed Constitutional amendment to change the way Pennsylvania elects state judges may be on the spring ballot, if some Republican lawmakers get their way.
GOP Eyes Shakeup Of Pennsylvania's Democratic-Majority CourtFor the first time in three decades, Republicans in Pennsylvania are facing the redrawing of legislative and congressional districts without a friendly state Supreme Court majority to referee disputes but perhaps not for long.