​​​​​​​​The Maryland General Assembly has passed the congressional and legislative redistricting maps proposed by the Legislative Redistricting Advisory Commission (LRAC) and not those proposed by the Maryland Citizens Redistricting Commission (MCRC) detailed on this website.

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​​​​Maryland Citizens Redistricting Commission Releases Final Report​

The Maryland Citizens Redistricting Commission has released its final report. The report details the Commission's activities, outreach and proposed redistricting plans. The full report can be found here​.


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Maryland Citizens Redistricting Commission Releases Final Report​

The Maryland Citizens Redistricting Commission has released its final report. The report details the Commission's activities, outreach and proposed redistricting plans. The full report can be found here​. ​

​​​Commission Co-chairs Testified at Joint Senate and House Hearing​ on Tuesday, January 18

The Maryland Citizens Redistricting Commission (MCRC) co-chairs testified at a virtual joint hearing of the Senate Reapportionment and Redistricting Committee and House Rules and Executive Nominations Committee on Senate Joint Resolution 3 and House Joint Resolution 1 on Tuesday, January 18. A recording of the full hearing can be found here. ​

The Citizens Commission presented their final maps to Governor Hogan on November 5 for submission to the General Assembly. The final proposed delegate maps, senate maps, and congressional maps can be found here.​​​​​

​​​​​​​Commission Co-Chairs Testifed on Congressional Map on ​Monday, December 6th

The Maryland Citizens Redistricting Commission co-chairs testified on Senate Bill 0002 and House Bill 0002 before members of the General Assembly at a virtual joint redistricting hearing on Monday, December 6. View their testimony at this link

The Citizens Commission presented their final maps to Governor Hogan on November 5 for submission to the General Assembly. The final proposed delegate maps, senate maps, and congressional maps can be found here.​​​​​


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