Md. Citizens Redistricting Panel To Vote On Final Maps
The Maryland Citizens Redistricting Commission is getting set for its final meeting, at which it’s expected to vote on proposed maps of congressional and legislative districts.
The commission said more than 4,100 people took part in one of its 35 hearings that were held virtually and over social media. Final maps are already available at redistricting.maryland.gov
Governor Larry Hogan appointed members to the balanced commission, in an attempt to avoid the kind of gerrymandering that has taken place in the past. Hogan has been critical of a General Assembly redistricting panel, which he says has not done a good job of involving and informing the public.
The Citizens Commission is scheduled to met Wednesday at 6:00 p.m.
HOW TO JOIN THE MEETING: To join the meeting via Zoom from your computer, tablet, or smartphone, click here. You may also view the meeting via live YouTube stream here. The meeting will be streamed in both English and Spanish. You can also dial in by calling (301) 715-8592 and entering the webinar ID 881 0841 4417. You can also submit your comments electronically or send a redistricting question to email@example.com.