By Saumya Narechania, Director of States

This week, map drawers in Texas and Georgia released their initial proposed congressional maps. Both proposed maps double down on 2011 gerrymandering in an effort to maintain Republican power — despite the changing political and demographic landscapes of the states. Put simply, these maps…


Florida’s once in a decade process of redrawing the state’s redistricting maps has officially begun. As the Florida State Director at All On The Line, I have spent the last two years engaging with the public about the harmful impacts that gerrymandering has on state and federal policymaking, and working…


Florida Legislature Can and Must Start Collecting Public Input to Ensure Floridians Have a Voice in this Decade’s Redistricting Process

This week the Florida House and Senate will convene their redistricting committees that will oversee the once-a-decade drawing of congressional and legislative district maps.

Every 10 years, districts are redrawn…


By Claire Low, All On The Line Targeting & Analytics Director

In a few short days, data necessary for redistricting will be released by the Census Bureau. This will be the moment when the redistricting process is fully underway across the country.

In preparation, All On The Line has hosted…


I believe training is at the heart of organizing.

In a few short weeks, the final data necessary for redistricting will be released by the Census Bureau. This will be the moment when the redistricting process is fully underway across the country. And we need to be prepared.

That’s why…


By Katie Vicsik, Florida State Director

In 2012, the Florida redistricting process was anything but transparent. Politicians in Tallahassee collaborated with partisan political operatives to introduce district maps that overtly favored Republicans while publicly claiming they were including input from Floridians. …


By Claire Low, Targeting & Analytics Director, All On The Line

At All On The Line, we are eagerly awaiting the first release of 2020 Census data and new apportionment calculations, which will determine each state’s total number of congressional districts for the next 10 years and each state’s power…


By Katy Shanahan

Last week, the U.S. Census Bureau announced another delay to when states will receive data — this time, pushing the delivery of redistricting data to states by September 30, which is six months later than under normal circumstances.

This delay certainly presents some challenges to Ohio’s upcoming…


By Saumya Narechania

The inauguration of President Biden and Vice President Harris has brought a tremendous sense of relief and hope to many people across our country. But this administration still faces enormous challenges, and we will all have to work together to meet this moment.

As the nation grapples…


By Saumya Narechania

On Monday, Senator Mitch McConnell evoked the words of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in a call for “justice” and “opportunity” for all. Perhaps McConnell isn’t familiar with these words from Dr. King: “Justice too long delayed is justice denied.”

For years, McConnell refused…

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All On The Line is the grassroots movement to end gerrymandering and restore fairness to our elections and democracy ahead of 2021 redistricting. Formerly OFA.

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