2021 Colorado Code
Title 2 - Legislative
Article 2 - General Assembly
Part 5 - Legislative Districts - Implementation of Commission Plan
§ 2-2-506. Precinct Boundaries

Universal Citation: CO Code § 2-2-506 (2021)

    1. Pursuant to the provisions of sections 1-5-101 and 1-5-102, the clerk and recorder of each county, subject to the approval of its board of county commissioners, shall redraw the general election precincts in such county to ensure that no general election precinct is contained within more than one state representative, state senatorial, or congressional district.
    2. (Deleted by amendment,L. 94, p. 1623, § 9, effective May 31, 1994.)
    3. Not more than one week after such approval of precinct boundaries and in accordance with sections 1-5-101 and 1-5-102, C.R.S., the board of county commissioners shall file with the secretary of state a copy of the county precinct boundary map showing thereon the revised and reestablished general election precinct boundaries and the boundaries of any legislative or congressional district, if said county is divided into two or more state representative, state senatorial, or congressional districts.
  1. The board of county commissioners shall notify the county chairman of each of the two major political parties of any general election precinct boundaries revised and reestablished in accordance with the provisions of this section within five days after the establishment of precinct boundaries in accordance with the provisions of this section.

History. Source: L. 81: Entire part added, p. 333, § 1, effective June 19. L. 90: (1) amended, p. 324, § 3, effective June 9. L. 92: Entire section amended, p. 590, § 1, effective April 10. L. 94: (1) amended, p. 1623, § 9, effective May 31. L. 2020: (1)(a) amended,(SB 20-186), ch. 272, p. 1326, § 3, effective July 11.

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