Congressional redistricting is not handled by the Legislative Reapportionment Commission.
Rather, the boundaries of Congressional seats in Pennsylvania are redrawn after every Federal decennial census by legislative action – in other words, a bill which proceeds through both chambers of the General Assembly and is signed into law by the Governor.
The current boundaries of Congressional seats in Pennsylvania are spelled out in Act 131 of 2011.
To contact your member of the House of Representatives or the Senate about Congressional redistricting, please visit the General Assembly’s web site.
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