Md. Judges Put Redistricting Map Dispute On HoldA dispute over Maryland's congressional redistricting map is being put on hold while the Supreme Court considers a similar case in Wisconsin that alleges partisan gerrymandering.
Former Gov. O'Malley Intended Redistricting Map To Favor DemocratsFormer Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley has testified it was "part of my intent" to shift a congressional district long held by a Republican to a Democrat, when the state redrew the state's eight districts in 2011.
Hogan Vetoes 'Phony' Congressional Redistricting Reform BillMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Monday vetoed a congressional redistricting reform bill he described as "phony," because it requires five other states to agree before it would take effect.
O'Malley Deposed in Maryland Redistricting LawsuitFormer Maryland governor Martin O'Malley has been deposed in a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the state's 2011 redistricting process.
Maryland GOP Ridicules Redistricting Reform Bill As 'A Joke'Maryland Republicans are ridiculing a congressional redistricting reform bill supported by Democrats as an insincere "joke."
Md. Panel Makes Redistricting Reform RecommendationsA panel is recommending Maryland reform its congressional and state legislative redistricting process by creating an independent commission to draw the districts.
Maryland Governor Forms Redistricting Reform PanelDrawing new lines. Governor Hogan orders a commission to look at how the state's congressional districts are drawn.
Forum On Legislative Redistricting In Maryland Set Supporters of legislative redistricting reform are scheduled to speak at a forum at the University of Maryland.
Some Push For Changing Md.'s Redistricting ProcessMaryland'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.
Md.'s New Congressman Takes Office Maryland's newest congressman, Democrat John Delaney, took his House seat Thursday with a pledge to make restoring U.S. competitiveness his top priority.
Md. Voters Deciding High-Profile Ballot MeasuresMaryland voters could become the first in the nation to decide by popular vote to allow illegal immigrants to pay in-state tuition at public colleges, provided the students have attended a state high school for three years and can show they have filed state income tax returns during that time.
Early Voting Begins In MarylandEarly voting is getting started in Maryland.