Groups say Colorado weakens Latino votes for Congress

They argue that Latinos — who are 21% of Colorado’s population — are scattered among several congressional districts, mixed in with whites who vote against their preferred candidates. “The Commission treated Colorado’s substantial and growing Latino voter population as just another community of interest, no more important than those involved in ski recreation, living along a highway corridor, or working in the aviation industry,” LULAC argued in its filing, written by the Campaign Legal Center.

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