It would be much better if the boundaries of voting districts were generated by some algorithm that completely ignored party affiliation and voting history.
That would be refreshing. Democrats have been fiddling with congressional districts for decades.
I think you would agree that gerrymandering is wrong, regardless of who benefits. However, I think your comment accusing the Democrats alone is misleading.
The House of Representatives is not so representative.
As the chart below shows, the total vote differential between the two parties for elections to the House in 2016 was 1.2 percent. But the difference in the number of seats is 10.8 percent, giving a total of 21 extra seats to Republicans.
Yes, it's wrong from either side. The OP wrote specifically about Maryland. Check out this link for a little history on gerrymandering in Maryland.
Yes. I agree with Maryland having a history of Democratic gerrymandering.
No need to thank me. I just call them the way I see them. I believe you do the same.
Get a room you two.