You might be represented by a different Congressional district after the General Assembly votes on
Here's how things shake out for Towson, assuming there are no amendments or legal challenges.
Under Gov. Martin O'Malley's plan, approved by the State Senate Tuesday and now headed for a House of Delegates vote, most of Towson would be in District 2, currently represented by Dutch Ruppersberger.
In the plan, his district (in green) includes most of Towson south of the Beltway and east of York Road, plus most of Towson University.
If you live in Hampton, east of Dulaney Valley Road and west of Providence Road, you'll be in District 1 (in purple), represented by Andy Harris.
District 3 (in pink), currently represented by Ruxton resident , includes that neighborhood and most of Towson west of York Road and south of Joppa Road, including Riderwood, Lake Roland and some of Rodgers Forge (north of Regester Avenue). His district, which stretches to Annapolis, then curves around the city to include Parkville, Canton and Catonsville.
The state has posted the full redistricting plan online.
An earlier version of this article was unclear about the boundaries of District 3.