We fought to end gerrymandering, now we must hold our commissions accountable.

The Independent Redistricting Commissions have released preliminary legislative and congressional maps and have begun public hearings. These maps will determine our political representation and outcomes for our communities for a decade. We must use our voices and advocate for maps that prioritize communities of interest, particularly communities of color.

No matter what we look like or where we come from, when it comes to our democracy, most of us want similar things: a chance to form a government that reflects the many diverse viewpoints of our state, through a transparent process we can trust, and prioritizes the needs and welfare of our people over our political parties. We can only achieve this by participating in this process.

We’re counting on Coloradans like you to speak up and take part in order to ensure a fair process — here’s how you can help:


Learn More About the Fight for Fair Maps

Make Your Plan To Participate

Use our step-by-step guide to plan your participation in this critical process!

Data and Democracy: The Details Matter in Fair Redistricting

In Colorado and across the country, lawmakers and independent commissions are growing impatient at the delay in 2020 Census data and rushing forward using alternative data sources. Here's why this approach is so problematic.

Opinion: Coloradans don’t just want politicians out of the redistricting process. We also want fair maps.

Read Executive Director Amanda Gonzalez's Op Ed for the Colorado Sun on the importance of fair maps.

Equity Focused Maps

See examples of maps that focus on equity and center BIPOC communities.

Colorado Common Cause Proposed Congressional Map

Check out our proposed Congressional map that was drawn based on the constitutional criteria using input from more than 70 community meetings attended by over 1,200 Coloradans. We believe this map truly prioritizes communities of interest.

Colorado Common Cause Proposed Legislative Maps

Check out our proposed Legislative maps that were drawn based on the constitutional criteria using input from more than 70 community meetings attended by over 1,200 Coloradans. We believe these maps truly prioritizes communities of interest.

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