Pennsylvania has some of the most unfair congressional districts in the country.

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Gerrymandered district lines weaken the power of our votes—and politicians are working behind closed doors to keep it that way. We all pay the price.

  • Incumbents draw lines that protect their seats
  • Politicians feel safe—so they ignore issues you care about
  • Gridlock worsens in Harrisburg and Washington
  • People feel powerless and voter turnout goes down

We can change this.

Redistricting will happen after the 2020 Census—but it will only be fair if we change the state constitution first. Fair Districts PA is a nonpartisan, citizen-led group working to do just that.


An independent citizens’ commission leads redistricting efforts


Citizens participate in the process and “closed-door” deal-making ends


Clear standards for equality, fairness, and integrity guide the process

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Bipartisan bills have already been introduced to make this happen: PA Senate Bill 22 and PA House Bill 722. The bills are supported by a growing list of legislators from across the state. Help get those bills passed by signing our petition to the PA Legislature.  

We need you, now.

When citizens vote, fair districting wins—California and Arizona have already done it. But first, we need the PA legislature to step up. Thousands of your neighbors are already making calls and holding rallies. Join them.

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Contact your legislator

Find your legislators, learn about their positions, and get talking points.

Attend or create an event

We host educational events across the state, or we can send a speaker to your group.

Find a local group

Dozens of local Fair Districts PA groups have formed across the state. Find one near you.