Legislature Approves Citizen’s Map

Following a months-long congressional redistricting process, on Jan. 24, the General Assembly approved a citizen-drawn congressional map and sent it to Gov. Tom Wolf for his signature.

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Redistricting Hearings

The House State Government Committee has held hearings in every region of the Commonwealth to hear from residents and gather input on Pennsylvania’s congressional districts. View the hearing videos, submitted testimony, and more.

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Every ten years, information collected through the U.S. Census determines the number of U.S. Representatives each state is entitled based on population. Once in receipt of that data, states are responsible for redrawing the geographic area of their congressional districts to ensure equal and fair representation, and the physical manifestation of the constitutional principle, “one person, one vote.” This process is commonly referred to as redistricting.

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Grove: Democratic Supreme Court Puts National Party Before Pennsylvanians

Feb. 23, 2022 /

HARRISBURG – In response to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s decision to use a partisan Democrat congressional map in the coming election, Rep. Seth Grove (R-York), who proposed using the citizen-map drawn by Lehigh Valley resident Amanda Holt, issued the following statement:

House Prepared to Enact Citizens Congressional Map

Jan. 24, 2022 /

HARRISBURG – Speaker of the House Bryan Cutler (R-Lancaster) and House Majority Rep. Kerry Benninghoff (R-Centre/Mifflin) issued the following statement after the Senate advanced House Bill 2146, the bill establishing Pennsylvania’s congressional districts:

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