Making Everyone’s Vote Count:
Moving Colorado and the Country toward Non-partisan Redistricting
Chaffee County League of Women Voters’
Drinks and Dialogue Event
April 18 from 5:30 to 7:00
Sangre de Cristo Community Room,
29780 Hwy 25, Buena Vista
“To the winner goes the spoils” is the traditional method of redistricting in many states, including Colorado. Whoever controls the state government creates the voting districts for state legislators and Congress. Many of those voting districts are then drawn to assist the party that is currently in power to stay in control of those seats.
Is this the best way to ensure that voters are well represented and reside in districts that make sense?
How partisan are voting districts in Colorado?
Come and learn about non-partisan proposals for redistricting in Colorado as well as national trends to create geographically sensible, non-partisan districts to more fairly represent voter preferences.
Follow the redistricting discussion progress documents here.
Two Colorado state League of Women Voters members, Toni Larson, President of the Colorado League of Women Voters and Jean Fredlund, Director and Chair of the League Redistricting Committee have been involved with a broad coalition of Colorado organizations to propose several bills to create non-partisan voting districts. They will speak and lead a discussion of these issues.