May 31: Reforming Redistricting in PA

Fair Districts PA (FDPA) speaker Mark Anticole will explain PA's redistricting process, demonstrate how it undermines democracy, and then offer a solution to the problem. 
There will also be a second speaker (not affiliated with Fair Districts PA) who will speak about the Allegheny Democratic Committee.  

FDPA is a non-partisan coalition of citizens and organizations that seeks to reform Pennsylvania’s redistricting process to be impartial, transparent and accountable - promoting competitive elections and partisan fairness.  To this end, FDPA is informing the public and building a groundswell of support for House Bill 722 and Senate Bill 22.

Currently 92 representatives and 13 senators have signed on a co-sponsors of these bills. Can you help keep the momentum going?  
• Please attend this presentation and bring your friends.  
• Forward this email to anyone interested in our democracy. 
• Post it on your social media channels and ask your friends to share it. 
• Help us to spread the word about this important issue. 

And, between now and this event, call or write to your state legislators. Ask them to support Senate Bill 22 and House Bill 722. Legislators tally their messages, so your opinion is truly counted! 

6:30 p.m. at Alphabet City (40 West North Avenue, Pittsburgh).  For more information, contact Kitsy McNulty, Coordinator of FDPA Allegheny County – Pittsburgh Local Group at .  Fair Districts PA is a project of the League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania.

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