Concerned Citizens for Democracy is hosting a panel of experts to explore how rigorously applied neutral and judicially manageable district design standards can help drive out extreme partisan maneuvering and gerrymandering. Distinguished guests include Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Justice David N. Wecht, North Carolina State Supreme Court Justice Anita S. Earls, Ben Geffen, Esq. of the Public Interest Law Center, Harvard Prof. Ruth Greenwood, Carnegie Mellon Prof. Emeritus John F. Nagle, and Princeton Gerrymandering Project Director, Sam Wang. Lawyers can earn CLE credits and law students can attend for free. Register here.

Help Fund CCFD's Fight To End Gerrymandering In Pennsylvania

Please give what you can - every dollar helps and no donation is too small.  Your support and contributions will directly fund our ongoing work to end gerrymandering.

CCFD is a Pennsylvania 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Association under 15 Pa.C.S.A. Section 9111. All donations are tax-deductible.

Write a check made payable to Concerned Citizens for Democracy and mail it to CCFD, 168 Idris Road, Merion Station, PA 19066-1611.

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    INTERESTED IN HELPING OUT?  If you have the following interests and skills, you can help us make a difference:

    • With mapping or GIS skills, you can be a part of the Tech/Science Team and help analyze or challenge maps using the CCFD methodology.

    • With legal or paralegal skills, you can be a part of the Legal Team and help craft amicus briefs explaining the methodology to litigants and courts.

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