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Colorado Redistricting

  • The Colorado Supreme Court has approved new maps of legislative districts that will affect statehouse races for the next decade; A former Republican state representative from Arvada has launched a campaign for Colorado state Treasurer.
  • The Colorado Supreme Court has approved new maps of legislative districts that will affect statehouse races for the next decade. The new boundaries appear to give Democrats an edge in next year’s elections to determine which party controls the legislative agenda at the Capitol.
  • Colorado’s recently concluded congressional redistricting process is starting to shake up the upcoming campaigns for the U-S House, including the state's third congressional district; Students in the Montezuma-Cortez RE-1 School District will return to in-person classes on Monday after a temporary closure due to widespread COVID-19 infections, but two school bus routes have been suspended for the next week due to extreme staff shortages.
  • An independent redistricting commission has approved a new map for Colorado’s state senate districts; The 24th Navajo Nation Council will host the annual “Break the Silence” domestic violence awareness march on Monday.
  • Colorado is one big step closer to having new congressional districts after a politically diverse committee agreed on a new district map late Tuesday night; The Montezuma-Cortez RE-1 School District has rescheduled its open house event for the public to meet the candidates running for school board.
  • An individual at Montezuma-Cortez High School has been diagnosed with COVID-19; The Colorado Independent Redistricting Committee has released preliminary maps and is currently taking comments from the public.
  • The state of Colorado will be getting an additional 8th congressional seat beginning with the 2022 election. The US Forest Service did not begin…