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A star-studded campaign launches to end gerrymandering in Colorado. It took...

Last week, a galaxy of powerbrokers kicked off a campaign to persuade 55 percent of the Colorado electorate to say 'Yes' in November to two...

Voters in November will decide whether Colorado should drastically change the...

Colorado’s Democratic governor has thrown his weight behind two statewide ballot measures that, if passed by voters in November, would change how political lines...

Two Latino Democrats pull public support for a redistricting campaign in...

Two former Democratic politicians, former Lt. Gov. Joe Garcia and ex-lawmaker Abel Tapia, have pulled their names as supporters of a campaign that seeks...

A group says it wants to end partisan redistricting in Colorado....

A coalition that launched a revamped plan it says would take partisanship out of how state and federal political districts are drawn is facing...

Wiretap: In fighting terrorism, Trump thinks we should worry less about...

Those who voted for Donald Trump because they thought he might not be as hawkish as Hillary Clinton may be in for some disappointment....

Dem reapportionment maps would open historic number of legislative seats

The Colorado Supreme Court aims to rule on state House and Senate district maps by Wednesday. If the court accepts the proposed maps turned in by the legislature's reapportionment commission this week, an unprecedented 27 seats will stand wide open without incumbents running for them next year, 19 in the House and 8 in the Senate.

Democratic legislators concerned by House reapportionment maps

Many Democrats are standing behind concerns raised by former Denver Mayor Wellington Webb last week after Webb said that Republican members of the Colorado Reapportionment Commission were playing it fast and loose with constitutional requirements when redrawing the state legislative boundaries.

Governor chooses a lobbyist, a mayor, and a Salazar to redraw...

Gov. John Hickenlooper announced Monday his three appointments to the Colorado Reapportionment Commission. Those included a Republican lobbyist, and two Democrats--one a former mayor and the other one of Colorado's Salazar brothers. Hickenlooper said he wanted a commission choosing the state's future legislative districts that had equal numbers of Republicans and Democrats.

McNulty chooses former Owens redistricting counsel to redraw legislative districts

Speaker of the House Frank McNulty appointed former Republican legislator Rob Witwer to the Colorado Reapportionment Commission on Monday. Said to be a man who can put partisanship aside by McNulty, the former state legislator will not be experiencing the redrawing of state lines for the first time.