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Proposed Congressional Maps


 

Maps   Map of congressional lines
 

ATTENTION: Although the General Assembly introduced several congressional redistricting maps during the 2011 legislative session, none of the plans were enacted.  When the session ended, two lawsuits were filed in Denver District Court to decide the matter.  The cases were consolidated into one under the caption: Moreno et al. v. Gessler, Case No. 11CV3461; consolidated with Case No.: 11CV3463.  On November 10, 2011, the district court ruled in favor of the "Moreno/South" map.  The map is attached below.  The court order is available here: http://bit.ly/sbGInl

 

Moreno/South Map (PDF)

Moreno/South Map (Shapefile)

Congressional Block Equivalency File

 

On November 17, 2011, the Colorado Supreme Court agreed to hear an appeal of the Denver District's Court decision.  The Supreme Court  heard oral arguments on the case on December 1, 2011, at 11:15 a.m. in the Old Supreme Court Chambers at the Colorado State Capitol.  An audio recording of the hearing is available here: http://bit.ly/4DRyIZ

 

On December 5, 2011, the Colorado Supreme Court affirmed the judgment of the Denver District Court. The court order is available here: http://bit.ly/u2YKkF, and a written opinion will follow in the future.

 

To use Google Earth to view and search the new Congressional Redistricting map, please open the file below.  Please note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer in order to view the file.  Google Earth can be downloaded here:

http://www.google.com/earth/index.html


Moreno/South Map (Google Earth)

 

NOTE: The attached map is from Denver District Court.  The General Assembly is no longer involved in the congressional redistricting process.  If you have any questions or would like to obtain any records associated with the case or with the appeal, you must contact Denver District Court at 720-865-8301 or the Colorado Supreme Court at 303-837-3790.

 

 

Maps Introduced as Bills

SB 11-268 (April 28, 2011)

Amendment L.001 to Senate Bill 11-268 (May 4, 2011)

Amendment L.003  to Senate Bill 11-268 (May 9, 2011)

Amendment L.004 to Senate Bill 11-268 (May 9, 2011) [The maps and reports are identical to Amendment L.003 to House Bill 11-1319]

HB 11-1319 (May 3, 2011)

Amendment L.001 to House Bill 11-1319 (May 4, 2011)

"Amendment L.004 to HB 1319, which was offered on the House Floor on May 9, 2011,

is identical to Amendment L.001, above".

Amendment L.003 to House Bill 11-1319 (May 9, 2011)

Amendment L.007 to House Bill 11-1319 (May 10, 2011)

Reengrossed House Bill 11-1319 (May 10, 2011)

 

Comparison 4/20/2011

Comparison of City Integrity 1 and Republican Maps

 

Proposed 4/19/2011

Republican Plan A Revised

Republican Plan B Revised

Republican Plan C Revised

 

Proposed 4/15/2011

City Integrity 1

City Integrity 2

City Integrity 3

City Integrity 4

City Integrity 5

City Integrity 6

Balmer Map One

Balmer Map 2

McN PLAN A (also known as "Republican Plan A")

McN PLAN B (also known as "Republican Plan B")

McN PLAN C (also known as "Republican Plan C")

 

Congressional

Over Under Map

 

Geographic Area Total Population Ideal Population Difference Over or Under
Colorado        
Congressional District 1 662,039 718457 56,418 Under
Congressional District 2 733,805 718457 -15,348 Over 
Congressional District 3 706,186 718457 12,271 Under
Congressional District 4 725,041 718457 -6,584 Over
Congressional District 5 725,902 718457 -7,445 Over
Congressional District 6 797,813 718457 -79,356 Over
Congressional District 7 678,410 718457 40,047 Under

 

Public Map Submissions

Public Maps

Data

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Map Archives

2000 Census Map

1990 Census Map
 


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