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Money, social issues look for another path onto Colorado’s 2020 ballot...

Before coronavirus, Colorado voters were facing the likelihood of a long November ballot — pages filled with questions about hot-button issues such as paid...

Colorado voters reject new taxes for roads and schools, split on...

Colorado voters Tuesday turned down new taxes for schools and roads, while handing the energy industry a split decision on two controversial oil and...

New groups are joining the fight over ballot measures days before...

Outside groups hoping to sway your vote on key ballot questions are on track to break spending records this year. Issue committees – which...

Ask The Indy: Breaking down the tax changes in Amendment 73...

A Colorado Independent reader, who wished to remain anonymous, asked how the property tax adjustments in Amendment 73, the school funding measure, would work. The...

Where Colorado’s candidates for governor stand on some of the big...

This year, voters are being asked to weigh in on 13 big questions that would change state laws or the Constitution, from limiting fracking...

Where Colorado’s candidates for governor stand on some of the big...

This year, voters are being asked to weigh in on 13 big questions that would change state laws or the Constitution, from limiting fracking...

Do Coloradans understand their ballot?

https://youtu.be/MJo7Rx9m7NE Colorado voters read Amendment Y and Proposition 109 from the 2018 ballot and give their thoughts on the language.

A lot of big questions are on your Colorado ballot. You...

Colorado is tied with Florida in offering up the most initiatives — 13  — on the November ballot. But unlike Florida, a voter in...

The big questions on your November 2018 ballot in Colorado

From slavery to hemp to fixing our “damn roads,” Coloradans will face a kaleidoscope of questions on their November ballots. With the election more...

New rule to ‘raise the bar’ for ballot measures wasn’t high...

In 2016, a group ran a campaign that put an interesting proposition on the ballot for Coloradans: The question asked voters to change the...
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