Colorado’s legislative redistricting commission adopted a final state House district map plan late Monday night, by an 11-1 vote.
The commission will next send the adopted plan to the Colorado Supreme Court for review and approval.
The adopted map wouldn’t radically alter the partisan makeup of the legislature. Based on a blend of past election results, the adopted map would create 38 safe Democratic seats, 21 safe Republican seats and six districts where the average of the past election results falls within a five percentage point margin. The state House is currently made up of 42 Democrats and 23 Republicans.