Colorado Reapportionment Redistricting

Timeline created by zack.wimberly
  • Census Bureau

    Census Bureau
    Census Bureau transmits census information to the Governor and Majority and Minority Leaders
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    Public Testimony

    At each public hearing, members of the public may provide testimony pertaining to any congressional district, regardless of the location of the hearing. Individuals who are unable to attend any of the public hearings may submit written testimony to the committee from February 18 until March 25. Testimony may be submitted via e-mail to CongRedist2011@state.co.us or via mail to Redistricting Staff, 200 E. Colfax, Denver, CO 80203.
  • Colorado Congressional Redistricting Public Hearing Loveland

    Colorado Congressional Redistricting Public Hearing Loveland
  • Colorado Congressional Redistricting Public Hearing Loveland

    Colorado Congressional Redistricting Public Hearing Loveland
  • Colorado Congressional Redistricting Public Hearing Fort Morgan

    Colorado Congressional Redistricting Public Hearing Fort Morgan
  • Colorado Congressional Redistricting Public Hearing LSB-A Denver

    Colorado Congressional Redistricting Public Hearing LSB-A Denver
  • Colorado Congressional Redistricting Public Hearing Golden

    Colorado Congressional Redistricting Public Hearing Golden
  • Colorado Congressional Redistricting Public Hearing Colorado Springs

    Colorado Congressional Redistricting Public Hearing Colorado Springs
  • Colorado Congressional Redistricting Public Hearing Alamosa

    Colorado Congressional Redistricting Public Hearing Alamosa
  • Colorado Congressional Redistricting Public Hearing Pueblo

    Colorado Congressional Redistricting Public Hearing Pueblo
  • Colorado Congressional Redistricting Public Hearing Castle Rock

    Colorado Congressional Redistricting Public Hearing Castle Rock
  • Colorado Congressional Redistricting Public Hearing Boulder

    Colorado Congressional Redistricting Public Hearing Boulder
  • Colorado Congressional Redistricting Public Hearing Grand Junction

    Colorado Congressional Redistricting Public Hearing Grand Junction
  • Accept Service or Appoint Designees

    Accept Service or Appoint Designees
    Last day for four legislative members of the reapportionment commission to accept service or appoint designees.
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    Governor Appoints

    Governor appoints three commission members representing executive branch
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    Supreme Court Appoints

    Chief Justice of the Colorado Supreme Court appoints four commission members representing judicial branch
  • Governor Convenes Commission

    Governor Convenes Commission
    Date by which Governor convenes commission and appoints temporary chairman
  • Preliminary Plan

    Preliminary Plan
    Date by which commission publishes preliminary plan for reapportionment (within 113 days of convening of commission or of availability of census data, whichever is later)
  • Arguments and Evidence

    Arguments and Evidence
    All arguments and evidence submitted to Supreme Court.
  • Commission Finalizes Plan

    Commission Finalizes Plan
    Commission finalizes plan and submits it to Colorado Supreme Court for review (within 45 days of completion of public hearings)
  • Public Hearings

    Public Hearings
    Date by which commission holds public hearings (within 45 days of publication of preliminary plan)
  • Secretary of State

    Secretary of State
    If plan is approved by Supreme Court, date by which the plan for reapportionment is filed with the Secretary of State