The Allocation Commission has completed its first day of meetings at a hotel in Central Jersey without any agreement on a new legislative card.

Democrats and Republicans met many times Tuesday with a court-appointed tie-breaker, former Judge Philip Karchman. Both sides presented Karhman with maps and received some feedback, but the commissioners did not hold a joint meeting of both sides.

Karhman and both sides will resume meetings on Wednesday morning.

Sam Wang, director Prince Germandingattended some meetings.

Two other Princeton Gerrymandering Group employees who participated in the reversal process in Congress, Hannah Whelan and Helen Brewer, did not participate.

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