Princeton Students Against Gerrymandering

Princeton Students Against Gerrymandering (PSAG) is a student-run organization advocating for electoral map drawing reform. PSAG works to raise awareness of the issue of gerrymandering (the drawing of districts to ensure a specific party wins) through conferences and talks and works with the Princeton Gerrymandering Project to gather data on gerrymandered districts. By putting maps in the hands of the people and advocating for redistricting reform in states around the country, we can make sure the people choose the politicians, rather than the politicians choose their people. Anyone and everyone interested should reach out to the people below or come to one of our meetings! 

When: We have meetings Monday at 5pm

Where: Center for Information Technology and Policy, on the 3rd Floor of Sherrerd Hall