After the 2010 Census, Maryland's Democratically-controlled General Assembly re-drew congressional districts -- and Republicans cried foul. Now, as candidates vie to represent the newly-shaped districts, voters will decide whether to send the map back to the drawing board. Kojo explores what's at stake in Maryland and in Congress.
In the fall of 2011, Maryland enacted a new congressional districting plan based on census data collected in 2010. Question 5 on Maryland's November ballot asks voters to weigh in on whether to keep these boundaries.