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The latest draft of Colorado’s congressional map could become the final version. Here’s where the districts would be.

A supermajority of commissioners must agree on a final map by Sept. 28, or the draft released Thursday will be one step closer to being final

Politics and Government

Remapping 2021 | A wake-up call for Colorado’s redistricting commissioners as deadlines loom

Politics and Government

More big changes in latest Colorado congressional map, which avoids pitting House members against each other

A sweeping, L-shaped district would cover most of the Western Slope and southern Colorado, while ski areas would merge with Boulder and Larimer in the 2nd District

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Democrats poised to keep control of Colorado legislature under latest draft redistricting maps

The maps released Monday are the first plans drawn by nonpartisan redistricting staff based on a decade of demographic changes captured in 2020 census data

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Remapping 2021 | New draft Colorado legislative maps are coming and congressional commissioners struggle to find consensus

A look at the former Western Slope 4th District and a new congressional proposal is set to be released this week

Politics and Government

Colorado redistricting commissioners mull big changes to latest draft of congressional map

People on the Western Slope aren’t happy about being grouped with Boulder, and Fort Collins residents say they don’t belong with the Eastern Plains

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The latest draft of Colorado’s congressional map would create a whole new dynamic in the state

Four public hearings are scheduled this week on a proposal that would be a dramatic change from the current congressional map

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The latest draft of Colorado’s congressional map draws Lauren Boebert and Joe Neguse into the same district

Plus, don’t forget public hearings on the map start Tuesday and run through the end of the week

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Here are the themes from meetings across Colorado on the state’s new congressional, legislative maps

More than 100 hours of testimony, 2,300 online comments to consider as first maps based on 2020 census data are set to be revealed this month

Politics and Government

Mesa County deputy clerk charged with felony after allegedly entering office while suspended

Belinda Knisley allegedly tried to use County Clerk Tina Peters’ credentials to print documents while barred from the office, which is already mired in another controversy

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Lauren Boebert removes name from business filings tied to oil and gas consulting firm run by her husband

The Garfield County Republican updated business filings to remove her name. It’s not clear if she is an owner of the company

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Remapping 2021 | Big decisions still left on the next round of Colorado’s congressional map

The next staff congressional map could be released as early as Friday, plus, a look back at how the 2nd Congressional District has changed

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How bad is the housing crunch in Colorado’s high country? Just look at census vacancy data.

The numbers reflect what many high country residents already suspected: a lot of second home owners, vacation rentals and investment buyers

Housing

Remapping 2021 | Redistricting commissions prepare to draw another set of congressional, legislative maps

Plus: The 1st Congressional District has pretty much always been about Denver, and the state Republican and Democratic parties both say they’re not paying anyone to influence the redistricting process

Politics and Government

Business records tie Lauren Boebert to husband’s natural gas consulting firm

The Garfield County Republican’s husband, Jayson Boebert, reported nearly $1 million in payments from a natural gas drilling company that operates in the Western Slope over a two-year span

Politics and Government

Colorado governor rescinds proclamations that led to Sand Creek Massacre

Gov. Jared Polis’ executive order reverses two proclamations that led to the massacre of 230 Cheyenne and Arapaho people in 1864

Politics and Government

Redistricting commissions diverge on prison gerrymandering, and the 3rd Congressional District revisited

This is the second edition of Remapping Colorado, our free, pop-up newsletter on redistricting.

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Colorado’s population grew at twice the national rate between 2010 and 2020. Here’s where the boom was biggest.

The populations of Broomfield and Weld counties grew by 30%, and Colorado’s Hispanic population followed growth trend across the West

Politics and Government

Latinos want Colorado’s new congressional and legislative maps to give them influence reflecting their growing numbers

Latinos make up more than 1.25 million Coloradans. Advocates say this year’s redistricting is a chance to bring their political influence up to par

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Remapping Colorado: Census data comes a few days early and the week ahead in redistricting

This is the first edition of a free, pop-up newsletter keeping you up-to-date on the 2021 redistricting process

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