The Maryland General Assembly voted to override a veto from Gov. Larry Hogan, R, to officially pass a congressional redistricting plan favored by Democrats.
A congressional redistricting plan favored by Democrats advanced in the Maryland state Senate Wednesday. In their first session of the day, senators rejected an amendment that would have swapped out the map for one preferred by Gov. Larry Hogan, R.
The Maryland House of Delegates on Tuesday rejected an amendment that would have swapped the Democrat-led legislative commission’s congressional redistricting plan for that of the governor’s citizen commission.
A House of Delegates committee voted to recommend a congressional redistricting plan proposed by the Legislative Redistricting Advisory Commission, and the Maryland Senate voted to override several vetoes Monday — the first day of the General Assembly’s 2021 special session.