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Just minutes before Tuesday night's deadline, Colorado's new independent redistricting commission voted 11-1 to adopt a new map that would largely protect the state's four Democratic and three GOP incumbents and create a competitive new 8th CD in the northern Denver suburbs. The plan now advances to the state Supreme Court for final review, which is expected to be a formality.

Many Democrats are disappointed that the map gives Republicans the opportunity to win a 4D-4R split out of a state that voted for President Biden by 13 points. But the likely map isn't that surprising: the reform voters passed in 2018 gave Republicans, Democrats and unaffiliated voters equal numbers on the commission, and enshrined competitiveness as one of the criteria.

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