Al Gore Doesn’t Exist
Today is the deadline to turn in petition signatures to get an initiative onto the November ballot, and several campaigns have waited until the last minute to turn in their list of more than 68,000 names. Lynn Bartels of the Rocky Mountain News reports that the Colorado Secretary of State expects to receive petition signatures today from supporters of six proposed initiatives.
Three of the proposed initiatives center around gay rights measures, while the other three are measures about legalizing marijuana possession; banning abortion; and refunding money from the Referendum C measure last year.
If every one of the proposed measures makes it onto the ballot, voters would be looking at 18 different measures to vote on
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