Maryland is considered one of America’s most gerrymandered states, with its puzzle of far-flung, contorted districts that have been compared to blood spatters at a crime scene. Gov. Larry Hogan, a Republican, recently wrote a letter to the president about a proposal he’s pushing on the issue, which has run into opposition in a General Assembly controlled by Democrats. We’ll look at what Maryland’s voting boundaries mean for voters ahead of this year’s election and what it would take to change the status quo.


  • Walter Olson Co-chair, Maryland Redistricting Reform Commission; Senior Fellow, Cato Institute
  • Aisha Braveboy Attorney; Former Member, Maryland House of Delegates (D-Prince George's County), 2007-2015

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