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Gerrymandered Congressional districts victimize voters

As a victim of previous gerrymandering schemes in the Washington suburbs, I can only say that politicians and politics are out of control not only in Maryland but nationwide.

Are state legislators and the governor completely blind to ethics as they toy with voters' districts, to their detriment?

My suggestion to those who have been gerrymandered without consultation is to express their views at the next election and throw out the perpetrators of this political farce.

Nelson Marans, Silver Spring

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