2021-2022 Local Redistricting
We’ve compiled information on local maps that have been adopted. Please note that not all jurisdictions have provided maps in interactive formats or with map files. A few jurisdictions like Baltimore City have not started the redistricting process. If you have specific questions, please contact our redistricting coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
Howard County (map adopted)
Councilmanic Redistricting Commission: https://bit.ly/3sDErKm
Frederick County (map adopted)
Anne Arundel County (map adopted)
Charter Review Commission: https://bit.ly/3K5OGN6
Charles County (map adopted)
Redistricting Board: https://bit.ly/3hA8vzX
Montgomery County (map adopted)
St. Mary’s County (map adopted)
Redistricting Commission: https://bit.ly/3IFttt5
Carroll County (map adopted)
Redistricting Committee: https://bit.ly/3KclDYi
Harford County (map adopted)
Prince George’s County (commission map adopted)
In March 2022, the Maryland Court of Appeals ruled in favor of Prince George’s County residents. The Court upheld the lower-court ruling directing the Council throw out the widely opposed map and adopt the map proposed by the local commission. This decision comes after residents brought a lawsuit against the County.
Baltimore County (new map adopted)
Redistricting Commission: https://bit.ly/3KaIljz
In January 2022, Common Cause MD joined NAACP Baltimore County and partners as a plaintiff challenging Baltimore County’s unlawful redistricting plan.
In February 2022, Federal Judge Lydia Kay Griggsby granted a preliminary injunction blocking implementation of the County’s plan and ordering them to submit a new map that complies with the Voting Rights Act by March 2, 2022.
In March 2022, Judge Lydia Kay Griggsby entered an unfortunate ruling in NAACP v. Baltimore County that accepts the County Council’s remedial redistricting plan.