The threat of gerrymandering is serious. But talking about it doesn’t have to be.

Politicians are redrawing voting districts and rigging elections for the next decade. We needed a hands-on way to demonstrate how unfair rigged districts are, to engage and mobilize everyday Americans who might not know about the threat. For two weeks, Gerry’s Partisan Pizza travelled America, stopping in states at serious risk of gerrymandering to sling hundreds of pizzas and recruit thousands of Americans in the fight for fair elections.

Gerry’s Partisan Pizza generated a lot of buzz – featured in newspapers and on TVs across America, including in some unconventional outlets.

The Freedom to Vote Act is our chance to stop congressional gerrymandering – and we can pass it if we mobilize enough supporters. Sometimes that starts with a slice of pizza.


Austin, TX
October 22 - October 25

A Pizza Pop-Up Draws Attention to Gerrymandering by Offering Free Pies to District 37 ConstituentsEater Austin

Certain Austinites will be eligible for free pizza this week from a pop-up called Gerry’s Partisan Pizza — but only those who live in the newly added District 37, which many considered to be gerrymandered.

October 28
Raleigh, NC

October 29
Annapolis, MD

November 1
Tallahassee, FL

November 4
Harrisburg, PA

November 8
Madison, WI

November 9
Appleton, WI

After two weeks on the road:

-Over 6000 slices of pizza given away
-Covered nearly 5000 miles in the Gerry’s Pizza Truck
-Over 150 new volunteers in the fight against gerrymandering
-Gerry’s Partisan Pizza was covered by 33 local and national media outlets