Round 3 virtual meetings are underway and are every Wednesday night in October at 6 p.m. The map portal is NOW OPEN for citizens to submit additional maps for consideration by the Maryland Citizens Redistricting Commission (Citizens Commission). Draft Congressional and state Senate maps drawn by the Citizens Commission can be found
here. Draft legislative district maps will be discussed by the Citizens Commission at their working meetings and will be posted at the same link as the Congressional and state Senate maps. Any additional comments can be sent to the Citizens Commission at
firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
Maryland Citizens Redistricting Commission's Final Proposed Draft Maps
Online Redistricting Mapping Portal is Now Available
View Plans Submitted by Citizens
Redistricting Data for Maryland is Available for Download
Scheduled Commission Meetings
Past Commission Meetings
The 2020 Census data for redistricting has been adjusted according to Maryland law
requiring that population data be adjusted to reassign persons incarcerated in Maryland correctional institutions to their last known address and to exclude out-of-state people in correctional institutions. These data are available for download from the data download page. Redistricting maps
be based on this adjusted data. For more information about creating and submitting maps to the Maryland Citizens Redistricting Commission, visit the Online Redistricting Mapping Portal.
Governor Hogan Encourages Marylanders to Comment on Draft Maps From Maryland Citizens Redistricting Commission, Press Release from the Office of Governor Larry Hogan (October 20, 2021)
Maryland Citizens Redistricting Commission Approves Final Proposed Draft Maps, Encourage Marylanders to Create Own Maps, and Comment on Proposed Congressional, Senate, and Delegate District Maps (October 18)
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