The courts have now issued a new map with redrawn boundaries but politicians are still fighting to keep our state gerrymandered.
We are all paying the price.
Therefore, Indivisible Hope & Fair District PA is hosting a public education program on reforming Pennsylvania’s redistricting process. Our state constitution grants voters “free and equal” elections and it’s on us to stop politicians who try to keep our state gerrymandered.
on Thursday, July 12th from 7:00 – 8:30 PM
at Peter-Becker-Community, 815 Maplewood Drive, Harleysville, PA 19438
- Jamie Mogil, Attorney and Fair Elections Activist for Fair Districts PA
- Brian Gordon, Plaintiff Attorney in the Agre v. Wolff case
- Anne Hanna, engineer/physicist, Georgia Tech who developed a methodology for neutral redistricting
Jamie Mogil will provide an update on the legislation in Harrisburg and she will discuss FDPA’s strategy going forward. In addition, Brian Gordon, a plaintiff attorney in the Agre v. Wolff case will be speaking as will Fair Districts PA activist Anne Hanna. Anne Hanna has been a guiding force in developing a methodology for neutral redistricting. As our journey into the next phase of redistricting reform begins, this program promises to be a fascinating call to action.
Fair Districts PA is a non-partisan coalition of citizens and organizations seeking to reform PA redistricting rules by taking the process out of the hands of party leaders and putting that process into the hands of an impartial, transparent, and accountable citizens’ commission.