Registered Democrats outnumber Republicans in Maryland by 2-to-1, and the party’s lock on state politics is reflected in its two U.S. Democratic senators and eight-member House delegation, which includes just one GOP incumbent. Gerrymandering has cemented the Democrats’ advantage, stripping most congressional races of suspense. Months of legal wrangling this year over a new electoral map did leave the GOP with a plausible shot at one Democratic-held district, Maryland’s 6th, which stretches west from the D.C. suburbs to the border with West Virginia. The incumbent, Rep. David Trone, has earned a third term.
Opinion: Here’s who The Post endorses for Congress in Maryland
October 24, 2022