On Wednesday, Nov. 30, Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold (D) announced the state would conduct a mandatory recount of election results in Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District.
On Friday, a federal judge dismissed a conservative lawsuit challenging Colorado’s primary election system.
Today, the Colorado Supreme Court unanimously approved the state’s new congressional map, concluding that the Colorado Independent Redistricting Commission did not abuse its discretion in applying the constitutionally-required criteria.
On Tuesday evening, the Colorado Independent Legislative Redistricting Commission approved the map for state Senate districts, one day after approving the state House map.
Late Tuesday, after seven rounds of voting and several hours of debate, the Colorado Independent Congressional Redistricting Commission voted 11-1 to approve a congressional map.
On Monday, the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado issued an order in Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Griswold dismissing claims against the state of Colorado.
On Wednesday, Gov. Jared Polis (D) signed legislation into law that expands ballot access and establishes safeguards against unnecessary and deceptive recall efforts.
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