An Ap­peal

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Mary­land At­tor­ney Gen­eral Brian Frosh filed an ap­peal Nov. 15 on be­half of de­fen­dants Linda H. La­mone, the ad­min­is­tra­tor of the Mary­land State Board of Elec­tions, and Bal­ti­more at­tor­ney and state elec­tions board mem­ber David J. McManus Jr. They seek to have the case heard by the U.S. Supreme Court.

Frosh also filed a mo­tion to stay the in­junc­tions.

“A stay of this mat­ter pend­ing the de­fen­dants’ ap­peal to the Supreme Court is war­ranted to avoid po­ten­tially con­tra­dic­tor y re­sults or need­less ex­pen­di­ture of pub­lic re­sources,” the mo­tion from Frosh’s of­fice states.

Mon­day’s re­lease from Ho­gan’s of­fice notes Frosh’s ap­peal, stat­ing that it comes “de­spite pub­lic opin­ion sur­veys show­ing that the vast ma­jor­ity of Mary­lan­ders sup­port non­par­ti­san re­dis­trict­ing re­form.”

The re­lease from the gover­nor’s of­fice states that Colorado, Michi­gan, Mis­souri and Utah vot­ers ap­proved

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