As previously reported on Conduit Street, per Governor Larry Hogan’s executive order, the Maryland Citizens Redistricting Commission released final proposed drafts of the congressional, legislative, and state senate maps and public review.
This week, from the Conduit Street Podcast archives, Maryland Department of Planning Secretary Robert McCord joins Kevin Kinnally and Michael Sanderson to discuss the significance of new 2020 Census data for state and local redistricting.
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Maryland Department of Planning