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Md. lawmakers return to Annapolis focused on redistricting; Bartlett raises mere $1K in third quarter; Gray makes most of MLK weekend for states' rights; October was big money month for Va. Senate races; Poll: Va. voters apathetic about state races; McDonnell holds energy conference; Quick arrest in arson that displaced 23 in Prince William apartments.
Maryland Democrats might want to push Republican Rep. Roscoe G. Bartlett out of office, but he could be the state's only hope against a foe that has terrorized Republicans and Democrats alike - the brown marmorated stink bug.
The Maryland General Assembly will reconvene Monday to approve a new congressional map during its special session, but lawmakers are unlikely to take on other legislation despite earlier hints that economic reforms and tax increases would be considered.
Maryland congressional redistricting plans separate from Gov. Martin O'Malley's map will be considered on their own at a hearing in next week's special session — not only as amendments to the governor's proposal, aides to the presiding officers of the General Assembly said Friday.
Maryland Democratic Gov. Martin O'Malley is on the horns of dilemma. He has to resolve the philosophical question of whether it is nobler to gerrymander congressional districts to seek partisan advantage or to do so to pander to ethnic politics.
Members of Maryland's tea party movement are opposing a recommended congressional redistricting map that they say could further shift political power to the state's Democratic majority.
The new Maryland congressional map recommended by a governor-appointed panel would give Democrats a strong chance of unseating Republican Rep. Roscoe G. Bartlett and extending their political advantage in the state, observers said Tuesday.
It is becoming increasingly more expensive and restrictive to reside or operate a business in the state of Maryland ("Maryland Democrats eye seat held by GOP's Rep. Bartlett," Web, Thursday).
Maryland Democrats looking to extend their dominance in state politics during this year's congressional redistricting appear to have settled on a primary target — forcing out 10-term Republican Rep. Roscoe G. Bartlett from his Western Maryland seat.