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Independent Congressional Redistricting Commission

Independent Congressional Redistricting Commission
Independent Congressional Redistricting Commission

Littwin: Did Colorado Democrats give up too much with redistricting?

The answer is no. Mostly. Despite a disappointing-to-Dems legislative map. Despite the U.S. Senate’s refusal to counter voter suppression laws and gerrymandering.

Opinion Columns

Legal challenges pour in as Colorado Supreme Court is set to review new congressional map

Latino advocacy groups, Democratic organizations and counties filed objections to the map, which awaits review by the Supreme Court

Politics and Government

Littwin: Colorado GOP may get the best redistricting map it could have hoped for. What are the chances they’ll blow it?

The state Supreme Court now takes up a 4-3-1 map from the independent commission, in a state Biden won by 13 points. Did Dems unilaterally disarm?

Opinion Columns

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

Politics and Government

Opinion: A Colorado redistricting commission member offers a look under the hood at the process

Preliminary congressional maps came out last week; initial legislative maps will be released Tuesday. Then, both commissions will hit the road to hear feedback.

Opinion Columns

Nicolais: Colorado’s first congressional redistricting map represents a good start

Despite partisan complaints, Colorado's redistricting map tackles tough challenges and provides an avenue for representation to some deserving populations

Opinion Columns

Here’s where a preliminary map places Colorado’s new 8th Congressional District

Nonpartisan staffers unveiled an early map proposal Wednesday to the Independent Congressional Redistricting Commission. It’s based on 2019 population data.

Politics and Government

Colorado’s congressional, legislative redistricting ramps up this summer. Here’s what you need to know to get involved.

Preliminary maps will be completed this month, followed by a statewide listening tour to gather input about the proposals and the process

Politics and Government

Opinion: Coloradans don’t just want politicians out of the redistricting process. We also want fair maps.

As a Mexican-American woman, I am not OK with political power being defined for my community based on data that has estimated me out of existence.

Opinion Columns

Colorado Supreme Court tells lawmakers to stay out of redistricting process, but signs off on use of preliminary data

The court said lawmakers could not dictate that independent commissions use preliminary Census data to meet fast-approaching redistricting deadlines.

Politics and Government

Another potential delay to Colorado’s redistricting process? Counting prisoners.

Colorado and eight other states are changing how they count prisoners for redistricting, so counties with prison-inflated populations don’t get more political representation than they should.

Politics and Government

Colorado’s independent congressional redistricting commission ousts chair over his social media posts

The drama over Danny Moore is the latest challenge for the newly-appointed commission, which faces months-long delays in receiving U.S. Census data that is threatening to derail the redistricting process ahead of the 2022 election

Politics and Government

Nicolais: Unaffiliated voters need strong voices on Colorado’s redistricting commissions

After passage of Amendments Y and Z in 2018, the judicial review panel choosing members must avoid unaffiliated applicants with clear partisan preferences

Opinion Columns

Colorado needs more people to help redraw political maps. And lack of diversity remains an issue.

Ahead of Tuesday’s deadline, the pool of applicants for the state’s two new independent redistricting commissions is smaller than anticipated

Politics and Government