Constitution Day and Citizenship Day would be incomplete without reflecting on the impact of redistricting on representation and the magnitude of what is at stake.
Now that the petitions, briefs, and responses have been filed, the next step in this legal proceeding arrives.
Read about the latest milestone in my redistricting journey along with what's coming up next in the process.
Having reminded ourselves of glaring constitutional violations in the Revised Preliminary Senate Plan, we now turn to the House. With the unveiling just hours away, this handy check list and quick review of the House are just in time.
One forgets a lot in 30 days, like why the revised preliminary plan still contained glaring constitutional violations. A handy check list and quick review of the Senate seemed timely with the public just days away from catching a first glimpse of the Revised Final Plan.
Brand new house map along with technical corrections to previously submitted testimony.
Once again the failure of released preliminary maps to follow the PA Constitution left multiple counties, municipalities, and wards suffering. Learn how specifically what went wrong and how the commission can correct this in my testimony.
It is important for citizens to stay engaged in this redistricting process, but several have asked how they can do this. There are three specific ways that come to mind.
Having recently spent some time in Delaware County, it caused me to review how Delaware County was impacted by the now overturned Redistricting maps and compare this to the Holt evidence.
Ingrained into Pennsylvania's Constitution is one component of representation that leads to an essential question. Finding an answer leads to unexpected places in Pennsylvania history with surprising relevance for today.