The Apportionment Commission has concluded their first day of meetings at a hotel in Central Jersey without any agreement on a new legislative map.
Democrats and Republicans met with the court-appointed tiebreaker, former Judge Philip Carchman, numerous times on Tuesday. Both sides presented maps to Carchman and received some feedback, but commissioners did not have a joint meeting between both parties.
Carchman and the two sides will resume meetings on Wednesday morning.
Sam Wang, the director of the Princeton Gerrymandering, attended some of the meetings.
Two other staffers from the Princeton Gerrymandering Group who participated in the congressional redistricting process, Hannah Wheelan and Helen Brewer, did not participate.