On February 3, 2022 the Colorado Secretary of State filed a petition with the Colorado Supreme Court requesting adjustments be made to certain legislative district boundaries in accordance with the statutory review and revision procedures for new redistricting maps by county clerks. The Secretary requested 20 changes to state Senate districts and 42 changes to state House districts, all of which address residential parcels split between two or more districts. The Secretary explained the statutory basis for each requested change, and sought the Colorado Supreme Court's approval to make those changes.
On March 18, the Colorado Supreme Court issued an order granting the Secretary's petition and approving the proposed changes to the legislative redistricting plans.
Similar Case: In re Proposed Changes to Cong. District Borders
Colorado Supreme Court - No. 2022SA000028
- The Secretary of State's Petition to Adjust Borders Between State Legislative Districts - 2/3/22
- Order - 2/3/22
- Colorado Independent Legislative Redistricting Commission's Brief in Response to Secretary of State's Petition to Adjust Borders Between State Legislative Districts - 2/17/22
- The Secretary of State's Reply in Support of Petition to Adjust Borders Between State Legislative Districts - 2/24/22
- Order - 3/4/22
- The Secretary of State's Supplemental Brief in Response to the Court's March 4 Order - 3/11/22
- Colorado Independent Legislative Redistricting Commission's Brief in Response to March 4, 2022 Order - 3/11/22
- Order Granting Petition - 3/18/22