There’s more to this election year than meets the eye. Races for governor, State House, and Senate will be key in determining Colorado’s political boundaries for the next decade. That’s because it’s redistricting time. Every ten years, after the U.S. census is taken, states are required to redraw the political boundaries for legislative districts and congressional districts. Tim Storey is an elections expert at the National Conference of State Legislatures based in Denver. He join us as part of our election 2010 coverage.
Election Will Influence Redistricting
By Andrea Dukakis Oct 24, 2010
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