A proposed bill is looking to change how Pennsylvania draws its legislative and congressional districts
The bill’s sponsor, Monroe County Republican David Parker said the measure would cut down on gerrymandering.
Gerrymandering is prevalent in Pennsylvania—it’s when legislative maps are drawn to benefit a political party.
Parker said the ultimate results don’t benefit constituents.
“When these districts become so large and kind of snake around and are odd shapes, it’s difficult for them to truly represent everybody in the whole district,” he said.