Connect with your legislator to advocate for public education
The Constitution of Pennsylvania requires that legislative districts for the House and Senate are redrawn following each decennial census. This is completed in an effort to ensure that each Pennsylvanian's vote carries the same weight at the ballot box, according to the state’s redistricting website.
If your area was impacted by the most recent redistricting, your school district may be included in a new legislative district and you may have a new legislator. This is important to keep in mind when advocating on behalf of public education. To ensure your advocacy efforts are being directed to the correct legislators, search for your district below before contacting your representatives. This table can be expanded by clicking the double sided arrow in the bottom right corner.
If you are looking for ways to get involved in advocacy efforts on behalf of public education, register for the upcoming virtual spring Advocacy Day on April 18 or connect with your advocacy ambassador about other ways to get involved.