(CNN) - On Tuesday, voters in 11 northern Colorado counties will decide whether they want their commissioners to move forward with a plan to break away from the state.
This comes after a group called "Club 20" says they feel they've been ignored by the Denver-Centric State Legislature, the Denver Post reports.
They say the legislature has passed a liberal agenda on matters like civil unions, energy policy and gun control.
Critics of this plan say Congress wouldn't allow it, and that's if it even got that far.
Another option that would give rural lawmakers more representation would be a reconfiguration of the Colorado Legislature.
That would allow representatives to be elected by county instead of population.
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