On Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down an important decision with major implications for the future of congressional redistricting in Pennsylvania.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruling yesterday about making voting maps more fair in Alabama gives new hope to groups in Pennsylvania that have teamed up to get redistricting reform bills passed in the Commonwealth to stop what they see as gerrymandering.
Surrounded by a crowd of orange-clad friends and supporters outside Finley Recreation Center in Mt. Airy during Tuesday’s primary election, Cherelle Parker said she wouldn’t be in her position without her “village.”
Three special elections will be held in 2023 to fill seats left vacant after the November election.
Over 900,000 mail-in and absentee ballots were requested by voters for the Pennsylvania primaries, but none of those ballots can even begin to be processed until Election Day due to a lack of pre-canvassing.