Speak to the Commissions
Virtual Public Hearings on the First Staff Maps
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Public hearings on congressional redistricting have concluded, and all of the legislative redistricting hearing slots are full. Thank you for your participation! You can still submit written comments online.
The Independent Legislative Redistricting Commission will hold three virtual public hearings on the first staff maps. These hearings will be the final opportunities for members of the public to speak to the redistricting commissions. The hearings are virtual, but anyone who needs help testifying by zoom can sign up to come to the Capitol in Denver, where there will be staff support.
Each legislative hearing will be limited to the first 40 registered speakers. Speakers MUST register in advance using the linked form (NOT through Zoom). Registration will close when 40 speakers are registered or at the hearing's scheduled start time. Registration for the staffed location at the Capitol will close 24 hours before the hearing time so staff can plan for setup.
Legislative Commission Schedule
Friday, September 17 - 6:00-9:00 PM
Saturday, September 18 - 10:00 AM-1:00 PM
Saturday, September 18 - 6:00-9:00 PM
Staffed site for all three Legislative Commission hearings will be the Colorado State Capitol in Denver.
Joint Statement of Comment Policy
The Colorado Independent Redistricting Commissions and the nonpartisan staff invite all Colorado residents to comment on redistricting. All comments must include an accurate identification of the author, and the subject of the comment should be limited to congressional or legislative redistricting. Comments that include threats of violence, threats of economic reprisal, or that seek to influence the Commission or nonpartisan staff through deceit will be dismissed and reported to law enforcement.
In order to ensure that your comments and/or proposed map are considered by the Commission and nonpartisan legislative staff, the comment or map should be consistent with the criteria described in Article V, Section 44.3 or Section 48.1 of the Colorado Constitution, to which the Commission and nonpartisan staff must comply when drafting and adopting the new congressional district map.
Joint Independent Redistricting Commissions Public Hearings
In July and August 2021, the Colorado Independent Congressional and Legislative Redistricting Commissions conducted 32 joint public hearings on their preliminary redistricting plans - congressional, state house, and state senate. The Independent Congressional Redistricting Commission also conducted 4 additional public hearings during this period.
Independent Legislative Redistricting Commission
**The Colorado Independent Legislative Redistricting Commission has no public comment periods scheduled at this time. Please plan to testify at a public hearing.**
Independent Congressional Redistricting Commission
**The Colorado Independent Congressional Redistricting Commission has no public comment periods scheduled at this time. Please plan to testify at a public hearing.**