Pennsylvania is Waiting for 3 New Maps based on 2020 Census Data
Map 1 is the PA CONGRESSIONAL MAP defining PA districts for the US Congress.
The Pennsylvania Congressional Map is created through legislation by the Pennsylvania General Assembly in Harrisburg. There are multiple maps being proposed, and changes will probably be made as the map moves through the legislative process. After passing the PA House and Senate, a congressional map must also win the approval of Governor Tom Wolf to go into effect.
To learn more about the proposed Congressional maps, visit the Fair Districts PA website.
Maps 2 and 3 are LEGISLATIVE MAPS defining the districts for our State House of Representatives and State Senators.
The Legislative Reapportionment Commission, composed of five members, is in the process of creating new legislative maps for Pennsylvania's 203 members of the State House of Representatives and 50 State Senators. Proposed maps were released on December 16th, opening a 30 day public comment period.
To learn more about the 2 Legislative Maps, follow the progress of the Legislative Reapportionment Commission at their website: www.redistricting.state.pa.us .
COOL TOOL: Compare your current districts to the proposed new maps by entering your address at this website: pennsylvania.redistrictingandyou.org