In Re Proposed Changes To Borders Between State Senate And House Districts Due To Mapping Errors 2012SA251 (August 24, 2012)

Voting twice could be an option for some residents. Apparently, certain State Senate and House District boundaries ran through the middle of some people’s property, so they were in two districts. On August 24, 2012, the Colorado Supreme Court issued a Briefing Order with respect to a request from Secretary of State Scott Gessler to make minor corrections in those boundaries to conform to property boundaries. Any interested member of the public may file simultaneous briefs in support or in opposition to the Petition to Alter Boundaries between Multiple State Senate and House Districts on or before August 31, 2012. Pursuant to C.A. R. 31(b) parties must file the original and 10 copies of their briefs. In most cases the net change in the number of voters in each district is less than 20, although one change would affect 235 voters in Mesa County.

The following counties’ Senate Districts will be affected: Adams – 21, 24, 25; Boulder – 16, 18; El Paso – 2, 9, 11, 12; Jefferson – 16, 20, 23; Larimer – 15, 23; Pueblo – 3, 35.

The following counties’ House Districts will be affected: Adams – 30, 31, 32, 34, 35, 56; Delta – 54, 61; Denver – 9, 41; Douglas – 39, 44; El Paso – 14, 16, 19, 20, 21; Jefferson – 24, 25, 27; Mesa – 54, 55; Pueblo – 46, 47, 62.

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