Letters sent and addressed to members of the Maryland state delegation:
My fellow Marylander,
I am writing this letter in regards to the matter of changing our state's congessionl reprentation from an at-large system to one that is bases on districts. I believe the current system benefits our state and should be retained for the forseable future.
Our state can speak with a more unified voice if our representatives owe their election to the entire state, rather than simply one part of its area. I believe at-large representation is a benefit to the voters as well, allowing them multiple individuals to vote for, and many combinations therein, rather than being forced to choose only one for their district. By electing men from across the whole of our state, we promote the election of those with stamina and vigor and intellectual rigor who can appeal broadly rather than a more narrow area of appeal.
It is with these arguments in mind that I encourage you to reject any votes to abandon our at-large system. I can speak more with you on this matter, at your leisure.