ANNAPOLIS, MD (AP) – Maryland lawmakers are redrawing the state’s U.S. House districts after a judge said the current map shows “extreme partisan gerrymandering.” It’s the first congressional map drawn by Democrats to be overturned. A spokesman for state Senate President Bill Ferguson says lawmakers should have it on Gov. Larry Hogan’s desk by midweek. Registered Democrats outnumber Republicans 2-1 in Maryland, yet Democrats hold a 7-1 advantage in House seats, and opponents said the map made the seat of Republican Congressman Andy Harris of Maryland’s 1st District more vulnerable.