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To ensure each area of Town is represented equally by Town Council, Castle Rock’s Town Charter requires routine assessment of the need for redistricting.
The Charter calls for redistricting as needed by April 1 this year. The Election Commission reviewed the amount of registered voters within each of the Town’s six election districts and determined redistricting was required in 2021.
The Commission earlier this month approved new district boundaries, which were presented to Town Council at its meeting Tuesday. In all, the Commission’s changes impact 6,732 of the Town’s registered voters, or 12.4% of total registered voters in Castle Rock.
When redistricting, the Election Commission is required to keep the number of voters in each district within 15% of each other. That means the district with the lowest number of registered voters must have at least 85% as many voters as the district with the highest number of registered voters.
The new district boundaries resulted in a variance of 10.5% between the district with the greatest number of voters and the district with the least number of voters.
The updated districts are:
An interactive map that allows residents to enter their address to determine their election district is available at CRgov.com/ElectionDistricts. Per Town Charter, the districts will be reevaluated again in six years.
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