By Mike DeNardo

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf wants to draw the line on gerrymandering by creating a bipartisan commission to devise future electoral maps.

Wolf wants an independent, bipartisan panel to redraw legislative lines.

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“This group would be responsible for developing new electoral maps following each Census,” Wolf said.

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He told a Harrisburg news conference that Democratic bills in the GOP-controlled House and Senate would establish such a panel and end gerrymandering.

“We can’t count on people coming forward every election cycle, or even every ten years, and saying, ‘This is not a fair map.'” the governor said. “Let’s have a fair process.”

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The governor is also proposing same-day voter registration and “no-excuse” absentee ballots.