The Supreme Court will decide whether it was proper for a single federal judge to throw out a lawsuit challenging Maryland’s 2011 congressional redistricting plan.
Maryland voters are seeing numerous ads about high-profile ballot questions such as same-sex marriage and gambling, but they are not hearing much about whether to approve or reject the state’s congressional redistricting map.
A Maryland judge has allowed a referendum on the state’s congressional redistricting map to continue after a challenge by the Maryland Democratic Party, but an appeal is planned.
The Maryland State Board of Elections has certified that the state’s congressional redistricting map will be on the ballot in November for voters to approve or reject.
Enough signatures have been validated to put Maryland’s congressional redistricting map on the ballot for voters to decide in a November referendum, the Maryland State Board of Elections determined Wednesday.
The Supreme Court won’t hear a complaint against Maryland’s congressional redistricting map by voters unhappy with the state’s new maps.
Opponents of Maryland’s congressional redistricting plan say they have passed the first hurdle in putting the plan before voters.
A group of residents opposing Maryland’s congressional redistricting map say they’re appealing part of their case to the U.S. Supreme Court.
A three-judge federal panel on Friday dismissed a lawsuit against Maryland’s congressional redistricting map.
A hearing has been scheduled in federal court for a lawsuit against Maryland’s congressional redistricting map.
Democratic state Sen. Rob Garagiola will formally announce on Tuesday his campaign to unseat 10-term Republican Rep. Roscoe G. Bartlett in a race made competitive by congressional redistricting, Garagiola’s campaign team said Friday.
A political action committee based in Prince George’s County is working with the Maryland Republican Party to challenge the state’s redistricting map in federal court.