District Maps

Get to know your districts, and see what gerrymandering looks like across the state.

If you want to see gerrymandering in action, just take a look at Pennsylvania’s district maps. Across the state, you’ll see lines that cut through communities, dividing school districts, neighborhoods, or even city blocks.

Congressional districts

Our congressional districts—which control who represents you in the U.S. House of Representatives—are some of the most gerrymandered in the nation. See for yourself: zoom in on your own district’s boundaries, or look at what’s happening across the state. Here are a couple prime examples to get you started:

Congressional districts over time

Our district lines didn’t get this way overnight. Select your district and see how much its shape has changed over the past 60 years—it might be more dramatic than you think.

PA House and Senate districts

Congressional districts get a lot of attention in gerrymandering conversations, but they’re not the only place where politicians have drawn district lines for their own political gain. You can also find examples of manipulated districts in both the PA House and Senate maps.

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