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Pennsylvania

Page history last edited by Faye Anderson 9 years, 10 months ago

In the Keystone State, congressional and state legislative districts are drawn by a Legislative Reapportionment Commission.  Majority and Minority Leaders in the House and Senate each select a member.  The four members selected by the legislature must select a fifth member who serves as the chairman of the commission.  If the four members are unable to agree on a fifth member by the established deadline, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court selects the fifth member.

 

The commission must submit its redistricting plan to the General Assembly not later than 90 days of its formation.  Once the plan is completed, it can be challenged for up to 30 days. If any challenges are sustained by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, the commission must revise its plan to incorporate the changes.

 

Legislative Leaders Seek Applicants Interested in Serving as Chair of Reapportionment Commission 

  • The deadline for applications has been extended to April 4.

 

2010 Census [P.L. 94-171] Summary Files

 

Public Hearings

McIlhinney & Metcalfe to Convene Unprecedented, Joint Public State Government Committee Congressional Redistricting Hearings

 

Resources

Committee of Seventy

Common Cause Pennsylvania
Fair Shape Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania Redistricting Commission

The League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania

 

Headlines

Redistricting commission has 90 days to draw new House, Senate districts

Few attend hearing on congressional redistricting

Redistricting commission meets for first time, passes organizational resolutions

Supreme Court appoints redistricting commission chair

Congressman, special interests apparently pulling strings in redistricting process

Pennsylvania GOP dreaming

Redistricting won't occur for months, GOP says

Everything you need to know about redistricting

Remove politics from redistricting

Legislative Leaders Seek Applicants Interested in Serving as Chair of Reapportionment Commission

Leaders Pledge To Make Redistricting Open, Fair

Groups Call For Redistricting Reform

Census cost Pa. a House seat; will Philly Dems take a hit?

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