A “bipartisan” coalition of folks say they want to redistrict the state to make it less partisan, but the opposite appears to be true.

The three ballot initiatives seek to dilute the influence of the two major political parties in the state’s redistricting process by putting more unaffiliated voters on the commissions tasked with drawing the lines for state legislative and congressional districts.

Members of the coalition, which calls itself Fair Districts Colorado, hope that more competitive districts will lead to more moderate politicians, who are more accountable to voters.

So it’s partisan to be on the right, and partisan to be on the left, but it’s not partisan to be in the middle which mostly sides with the left.

Got it.

Sounds kind of partisan to us, like a backdoor effort to kick out Republicans and add more Democrats by gerrymandering.