These notoriously gerrymandered districts are how most people envision political gerrymandering. This is one of the ways politicians choose their voters.

Louisiana – CD 2

Louisiana – CD 2

Wisconsin – CD 3

Wisconsin – CD 3

Maryland – CD 3

Maryland – CD 3

Michigan – CD 14

Michigan – CD 14

Texas – CD 35

Texas – CD 35

Illinois – CD 4

Illinois – CD 4

Pennsylvania – CD 7

Pennsylvania – CD 7

Texas – CD 33

Texas – CD 33

Ohio – CD 9

Ohio – CD 9

New York – CD 10

New York – CD 10

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Congressional District 2
Latest performance outcome
REP: 170,001
DEM: 260,175

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Congressional District 4
Latest performance outcome
REP: 248,230
DEM: 123,642

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Congressional District 7
Latest performance outcome:
REP: 144,066
DEM: 199,758

Our state House and Senate districts are heavily divided along consistent party lines. For example, out of 65 state House of Representatives seats, 61 are safe from election to election.

A UNIFIED EFFORT FOR FAIR DISTRICTS IN COLORADO

 

Help us give voters a voice!

 

The undemocratic practice of gerrymandering ignores your voice because in Colorado, voters don’t pick their politicians. Politicians pick their voters.

 

Our tri-partisan effort includes members of the Democratic party, Republican party, and those unaffiliated with either major party. Our initiatives aim to end the practice of backroom dealing and shady politics where political operatives, in smoke-filled rooms, decide the outcome of elections before you even cast your ballot.

 

Our citizen initiatives take map drawing out of the hands of political insiders and shine a light on the redistricting process by creating a more open, public process. It also gives unaffiliated voters and non-major parties a real opportunity to engage, yielding far more competitive and common-sense districts.