Maryland’s congressional redistricting process in 2011 reflected a common theme in a long-criticized process: There isn’t much preventing a party with strong control of state government from drawing the state’s congressional map to its benefit.
The first map of the United States to be compiled, printed and published in America when the nation was newly independent is going on display at the Library of Congress.
The Navy says a blimp hovering over Baltimore and Frederick areas for the next two weeks is testing mapping equipment in restricted airspace around Washington.
During a hurricane, storm surge is one of the greatest threats to life and land, yet many people don’t understand the dire warnings from forecasters to get out of its way. So this season, they hope to offer easy-to-understand, color-coded maps and change the way they talk to the public.
For some Baltimore students, the path to college starts by reading a map. Admissions officers at the University of Maryland has a new program that shows students how to get into college.
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.
Metro has a new map.
A group of residents opposing Maryland’s congressional redistricting map say they’re appealing part of their case to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Gov. Martin O’Malley has sent Maryland’s state legislative redistricting map to the General Assembly.
A three-judge federal panel on Friday dismissed a lawsuit against Maryland’s congressional redistricting map.
Maryland Rep. Donna Edwards has submitted an alternative congressional redistricting map that she says addresses concerns about diluting minority voting strength.