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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Tony Campbell
A new report does not call any Maryland district gerrymandered, it just says the heavily Democrat-leaning state has the nation's least compact congressional districts and focuses a spotlight on the much-maligned district map that voters will have an opportunity get rid of on Election Day.
Opponents of the new Maryland congressional map met their petition deadline Saturday night, turning in what they believe to be enough names to force a November referendum.
"The map clearly doesn't make any sense," said Tony Campbell, president of Marylanders for Coherent and Fair Representation and former chairman of the Baltimore County Republican Central Committee. "This is more of an educational process, but as we've been able to show the map to people, we've been successful."
"You have to be cognizant of county boundaries," Mr. Campbell said.