1/25: The US Supreme Court will hear oral arguments for the Maryland gerrymandering case on March 26.
1/4: The Supreme Court announced that it would review both the Maryland and North Carolina cases in March, giving it roughly three months to decide the cases before the justices’ summer recess.
11/15: Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh will appeal the federal court’s order to redraw several congressional districts to the Supreme Court.
7/14: Maryland has asked Homeland Security to investigate a company tied to a Russian oligarch that oversees the state’s voter registration.
6/25: A computer glitch in the MVA system forced over 80,000 voters to cast provisional ballots when their information wasn’t forwarded to their polling place.
5/20: After changing Maryland’s sixth district to a democratic stronghold via gerrymandering, Democrats may be forced to redraw the district.