Gov. Martin O’Malley says he will be weighing public comments to a proposed legislative redistricting map for the Maryland General Assembly, but he isn’t expecting to make many changes.
As a three-judge panel heard arguments about whether Maryland’s redistricting map dilutes the African-American vote, one of those judges said Tuesday he doesn’t believe a case has been made to require a third black-majority congressional district.
An advisory panel on redistricting for seats in the Maryland General Assembly released a proposed map on Friday that panel members say was designed to reflect an increase in the state’s minority population in the 2010 census.
A hearing has been scheduled in federal court for a lawsuit against Maryland’s congressional redistricting map.
The chief judge for the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has named a three-judge panel to hear a lawsuit against Maryland’s congressional redistricting map.
A Frederick County commissioner has filed a lawsuit challenging Maryland’s redistricting map.
A group representing black voters has filed a civil rights lawsuit in hopes of changing Maryland’s recently approved congressional map for the next 10 years.
A Maryland man has sued over Gov. Martin O’Malley’s congressional redistricting map.
Governor O’Malley signed a new Maryland congressional district map into law, setting the stage for a fight over a congressional seat long held by a Western Maryland Republican.
State Sen. Rob Garagiola says he’s getting close to announcing whether he will run for Congress.
Who can you vote for in 2012? You may have to look it up. Maryland’s new Congressional District map gets approval in the House of Delegates Wednesday after the Senate passed it Tuesday.
The Maryland Senate approved Democratic Gov. Martin O’Malley’s congressional redistricting plan on a 33-13 vote on Tuesday, and Democrats said the new map reflects necessary demographic changes while Republicans contended it favors party politics over the people.