Redistricting Plan would change Causer, Rapp and Gabler Districts

Galeton would no longer be represented by Martin Causer under new plan

The Legislative Reapportionment Commission has approved a preliminary plan, but it will be under review for 30 days.

If the new map is approved the districts of representatives Marty Causer, Kathy Rapp and Matt Gabler would all change. Causer would take over Rapp’s portion of McKean County and lose Cameron County, which would go to Gabler.

Causer’s district would also include Mead and Sheffield townships and the Borough of Clarendon in Warren County. His district would not include part of Potter County: Abbott, Hector, Pike, Stewardson and West Branch townships, and the Borough of Galeton. That section of the county would go to Rep. Matt Baker.

State Senator Joe Scarnati’s district would include parts of Clinton County and more of Clearfield County, but would not include the City of Warren, which would go to Senator Mary Jo White.

Scarnati’s administrative assistant Anne Albright in Warren said she doesn’t know yet what will happen with that office.

You can find all the information about the plan, including maps, here:

Information from the 1490NewsBlog, by Anne Holliday.

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