Scott Martinez, a Democratic lawyer who drew the maps that were adopted in the past two redistricting cycles, isn’t actively participating in the process so far this year. But he’s been watching closely.
“I’m interested to see how this all shakes out,” Martinez said. “It’s so hard to tell what the commissioners think. They have some great poker faces. But they’re taking it seriously and listening carefully.
“At the end of the day, everyone will be represented at the legislature or in Congress,” he added. “When you listen to testimony, it’s about what kind of representation they’ll have.”Here's what people are asking for in Colorado's new redistricting maps (coloradosun.com)