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
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
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
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
Democrats see consequences from redistricting reform push similar to Colorado’s
Democrats pushed for independent commissions to do the work of rebalancing population changes into congressional districts. They're about to feel the consequences of their focus on fairness.
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
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
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
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
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.
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
Independent commission redrawing Colorado’s congressional map pushes its final deadline to Oct. 1
The commission extended a constitutional deadline because of a delay in getting population data from the U.S. Census Bureau
Colorado’s new redistricting process faces a time crunch. The state Supreme Court will decide whether to push back deadlines.
As a last resort, one commission has also proposed cutting public hearings to 21 from 32 to wrap up sooner
“We’re (expletive) idiots”: Some Democrats regret Colorado’s new redistricting process now that their party is in charge
If Y and Z hadn’t passed, Democrats would now have nearly unfettered power to draw new congressional districts ahead of the 2022 election, and more say over how legislative districts are drawn.
Colorado’s redistricting commissions are holding public hearings. Here’s where and how you can get involved.
The meetings are an opportunity for the public to comment on proposed congressional and state Senate and House districts
First draft of Colorado’s new state Senate, House district maps could pit 20 incumbents against each other
Redistricting staff released preliminary maps for how state legislative districts should be drawn