We’ll meet in the Pennsylvania State Museum from 11:30 to 12:30 for an update and FAQ for the road ahead, then rally in the Capitol Rotunda at 2:00 pm to insist our legislators enact an independent citizens commission.
In Pennsylvania State Museum:
Lunch in the Capitol cafeteria, in nearby restaurants, or bring your own.
In Capitol Building:
We’ll have buses coming from every corner of the state! Once you’ve signed up to attend the rally, an email will be sent to you with instructions on how to purchase a bus ticket.
Erie - Meadville - Mercer (Jackson Center) - Dubois - Harrisburg
Washington - New Stanton - Bedford - Harrisburg
Cranberry - Oakmont - Bedford - Harrisburg
Williamsport - Shamokin Dam - Harrisburg
Indiana University - Altoona (Hollidaysburg) - Harrisburg
State College - Harrisburg
Scranton - Wilkes-Barre - Harrisburg
Easton- Allentown - Hamburg - Harrisburg
Reading (Wyomissing) - Harrisburg
Exton - Harrisburg
Doylestown - Harrisburg
King of Prussia - Harrisburg
Philadelphia (Plymouth Meeting) - Harrisburg
Philadelphia (30th Street Station) - Harrisburg
Please consider making a donation to help cover the actual cost (between $20 and $60 depending on location).
Some counties do not have buses departing due to being close to Harrisburg. Click the links to either become a driver or find a car. Drivers must add their car and a meet up point, then riders will join.
There are some nearby parking lots, but it’s also very easy to find on-street parking on N. Third Street, right in front of the Capitol Building. You can pay by credit card in meters spaced periodically along the street.
The Harrisburg Amtrak station is a short walk to the Capitol.
Here are some resources to help you on your way:
Share your story with us!
If you are on social media, use this occasion to share your photos during the day. Point to the need for nonpartisan solutions. You can use these hashtags: #EndGerrymandering #ReclaimingOurDemocracy #PAFightsBack #2bills1commission #FairDistrictsPA