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County Commissioners approve precinct changes, boundaries

No changes to commissioner boundaries
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Boulder County Commissioners Thursday unanimously approved precinct changes for the 2022 election with little comment.

The precinct changes complied with the work of Independent Redistricting Commissions, using the 2020 Decennial Census information. In December, the Colorado Supreme Court approved the maps set by the commissions, according to a report from the Boulder County Clerk and Recorder’s office.

Commissioner Claire Levy said the changes commissioners approved on Thursday did not translate to changes in county commissioners boundaries. “At this time, we are not adopting commissioner maps,” Levy said.

The changes call for reducing the number of county precincts from 240 to 194. Boulder County will now include the 2nd and 7th Congressional Districts.

The county’s state senate districts will be the 15th, 17th and 18th and state house districts are the 10th, 11th, 12th,19th and 49th, according to the report.


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