Maryland’s new legislative map will stand, the Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday. The Court of Appeals affirmed a report from Special Magistrate Alan M….
Opponents of Maryland’s legislative redistricting plan filed challenges on Friday to a high court adviser’s recommendation to keep the boundaries drawn by the General…
The report from Special Magistrate Alan M. Wilner will serve as a recommendation to the Court of Appeals, which has original jurisdiction over challenges to state legislative maps.
An attorney whose clients are challenging the state’s legislative districts asserted that Marylanders aren’t given an equal vote since they vote for one, two or three delegates depending on the district they live in.
The former Court of Appeals judge who is presiding over the lawsuits wondered whether Maryland’s unusual geography could have an impact on the district boundaries.
Maryland’s new congressional districts are more compact than their immediate predecessors but are still significantly less compact than historic districts in the state, an analyst testified.
Maryland’s new legislative map means uncertainty for Republican House incumbents in Harford County: District 7 Republican Delegates Lauren C. Arikan and Richard K. Impallaria…