Tag: Maryland constitution
Well-aged solutions to Maryland’s redistricting problems
by Len Lazarick | October 21, 2015 | News | 2 |
As we look back to the future this week, the problems of congressional and legislative redistricting are not new in Maryland, and potential solutions aren’t particularly new either. Maryland’s Constitutional Convention of 1967 dealt with the same issues Gov. Larry Hogan’s Redistricting Reform Commission is grappling with this week: what kind of group should draw the lines, who should serve on it, what standards for the districts should they follow and even whether all the members of the House of Delegates should serve in single-member districts.Read More
29,000 people of both parties voted for Pipkin, but just 32 Republicans get to choose replacement; Wargotz applying
by Len Lazarick | August 19, 2013 | Annapolitics Blog, General Assembly, News | 3 |
In 2010, 46,000 people in four counties on the upper Eastern Shore participated in electing the state senator for District 36, and less than half of them were registered Republicans. Yet 29,000 of these voters chose to reelect Republican Sen. E.J.Pipkin, who resigned Aug. 12. By Sept. 10, 32 people or less, all of them members of the Republican Central committees from the four counties, will get to choose his successor.Read More
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