​​​​​​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 link

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 here.​​​​


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