Maryland’s 3rd Congressional District was once well-known — notorious even — for being among the most gerrymandered in the nation. It was part of a redistricting map that state Democrats had designed to maximize their electoral advantage. But in 2022, the district, which had combined portions of Baltimore City and four counties, was redrawn by the General Assembly to make it more compact, and — under a court’s guidance — fairer.
Redistricting and retirement of Democrat John Sarbanes in 2024 bring opportunity for GOP in Maryland’s 3rd District
November 1, 2023