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Maryland Manual 1994-1995 Legislature /123

and three delegates to represent them in the House of Delegates. Each district may be divided into three
delegate subdistricts or one multi-member delegate subdistrict. Each district must consist of adjoining
territory, be compact in form, and of equal population (Const., Art. III, secs. 1-4). In districts that contain
more than two counties or parts of more than two counties and where the delegates are elected at large
by the voters of the entire district, no county or part of a county is allowed to have more than one resident

Pursuant to Article III, section 5, of the Constitution, the Governor presented the Legislative
Reapportionment Plan of 1982 to the General Assembly on January 13, 1982, and it became law on
February 26,1982 (Joint Resolution no. 1, Acts of 1982). This second statewide apportionment retained
47 legislative districts but redefined their boundaries. The third statewide apportionment of 1992 also
retained 47 legislative districts and redefined their boundaries.


The Legislative Districting Plan of 1992 was presented by the Governor to the General Assembly on
January 8,1992, and became law on February 21,1992 (Joint Resolutions 9 and 10, Acts of 1992; Code
State Government Article, secs. 2-201 through 2-205). It is this plan that will apply when voters choose
members of the General Assembly in the 1994 primary and general elections.*

The following descriptions of boundaries for legislative election districts refer to election districts,
wards, and precincts by geographical boundaries as they existed in 1992. Precinct boundaries are dynamic.
Changes occur to reflect population shifts and to ensure convenient polling places for all voters. Local
boards of election supervisors can provide current information on precincts encompassed within each

(Garrett County & part of Allegany County)

Delegate District IA: Garrett County.
Allegany County—Election Districts 9,10,18,19.

Delegate District 1B: Allegany County—Election
Districts 5, precincts 1, 6; Election District 7, pre-
cincts 1 (part), 2; Election Districts 8, 11-13, 17,
20, 23, 24, 26, 28; Election District 29, precincts
1, 2; Election Districts 30, 31, 34.

Delegate District 1C: Allegany County—Election
Districts 1-4; Election District 5, precincts 2, 4;
Election District 6; Election District 7, precinct 1
(part); Election Districts 14, 16, 21, 22; Election
District 29, precinct 3; Election District 35.

(Part of Washington County)

Delegate District 2A- Washington County—Election
Districts 2, 4, 5; Election District 10, precincts 1
(part), 2; Election Districts 15, 23, 24, 26.

Delegate District 2B: Washington County—Election
Districts 1, 6, 8; Election District 10, precinct 1
(part); Election Districts 11, 12,16, 18,19, 20.

Delegate District 2C: Washington County—Elec-
tion Districts 3, 17, 21, 22, 25.

(Parts of Washington & Frederick Counties)

Washington County—Election Districts 7, 9, 13,
14, 27.

Frederick County—Election Districts 2, 3, 6, 10;
Election District 13 (part); Election Districts 16,

(Parts of Frederick & Carroll Counties)

Delegate District 4A. Frederick County—Election
Districts 1, 4, 7-9, 11, 12; Election District 13
(part); Election Districts 14, 15,18, 20, 25, 26.

Delegate District 4B: Carroll County—Election Dis-
tricts 1,9-13. Frederick County—Election Districts 5,

(Part of Carroll County)

Carroll County—Election Districts 2-8,14.


*By ruling of a federal judicial panel of January 14, 1994, the State of Maryland must submit a
plan for a new African-American majority district on the lower Eastern Shore by February 28,
1994. Such a plan would alter the boundaries of Legislative Districts 37 and 38.

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