Find out where your candidates from the 2018 mid-term elections stand on redistricting reform.
Fair Districts PA is tracking where all legislative candidates in the November 2018 election stand on replacing our hyper-partisan redistricting process with an impartial, independent citizens commission.
We asked candidates for U.S. Congress, PA Senate (only even numbered districts are up for election), and PA House to answer our survey question:
“What is your position on an independent citizens redistricting commission?”
Their answers will tell you
To see if and how your candidates responded, you can search by district number or geographically, using our interactive maps.
To see the candidates' responses, select a district from the drop-down menus below. Be sure to use the number of your new congressional district, after the PA Supreme Court redrew the maps in February 2018. You can look up your district numbers here: PA House/PA Senate and U.S. Congress.
To see a summary of the candidates' responses, select a district from the maps below (in the summary you can click a link to see the full response). Zoom and scroll the maps to find the districts you're interested in. (If you don't see the maps here, please visit our interactive map page.)
Our survey of candidates is not yet complete. If any of your candidates haven’t responded, you can help fill in the gaps:
Please contact us and ask for a link to our survey, so you can tell us where you stand on creating an independent commission to redraw political maps.