Commission Co-Chairs to Testify on Congressional Map on Monday, December 6th
The Maryland Citizens Redistricting Commission co-chairs will testify on Senate Bill 0002 and House Bill 0002 before members of the General Assembly at a virtual joint redistricting hearing on Monday, December 6 at 12:30 p.m. For more information on the hearing, please go to this
After clicking on this
link on the General Assembly website, you must click on the symbol to sign up for a MyMGA account to testify. Public registration to provide testimony is open until 6:00 p.m. on Friday, December 3.
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
Final Maps Presented to Governor Hogan on Friday, November 5
Past Commission Meetings
Governor Hogan Accepts Legislative and Congressional Maps From Maryland Citizens Redistricting Commission, Orders Special Session of General AssemblyCalls on Legislators to Take Action on Fair Maps During Special Session Beginning Dec. 6 “This Is What Real Nonpartisan Redistricting Looks Like”
Calls on Legislators to Take Action on Fair Maps During Special Session Beginning Dec. 6 “This Is What Real Nonpartisan Redistricting Looks Like”
The Maryland Citizens Redistricting Commission presented these Final Recommended Maps to Governor Hogan on November 5, 2021.See Video of PresentationFinal Recommended Maps, Congress, State Senate, and House of Delegates
Final Recommended Map, Congress
Final Recommended Map, State Senate
Final Recommended Map, House of Delegates
Final Recommended Maps Interactive Viewer
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