DENVER–As we roll towards election day, be sure and keep checking in with Complete Colorado for the latest, most relevant Colorado election-related news (Complete’s news aggregator is updated twice a day on weekdays, so be sure and hit us up both in the morning and again in the evening). On election evening (Nov.3) and the days following, we will be regularly updating results for the state-wide ballot, as well as for local elections from all around Colorado, so check in often for that.
Also, be sure and check out all of Complete Colorado’s original reporting and commentary on the 2020 election, available here.
If your interest is in specific ballot measures, Complete Colorado’s extensive body of work on the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact law–passed by the legislature in 2019–and Proposition 113, which would repeal that law, is available here.
Proposition 114, forced wolf introduction, is here.
Reporter Sherrie Peif’s look at efforts by opponents of Proposition 115 to deceive voters about the late-term abortion ban measure is here.
Proposition 116, a state income tax reduction measure, is here.
Proposition 117, voter approval for big new state fees, is here.
Proposition 118, a payroll tax hike to fund paid leave, is here.
Proposition EE, a tobacco and nicotine products tax hike, is here.
Amendment B, a repeal of the Gallagher Amendment from Colorado’s Constitution, is here.
Amendment 76, clarifying only US citizens may vote, is here.
And for some local flavor: columnist Joshua Sharf’s guide to the dozen local measures on the Denver ballot is here; Measure 7A, the 15 county-wide river district property tax hike is here; Colorado Springs Question 2A is here; and the Broomfield 2B property tax measure is here.
As always, thanks for being a Complete Colorado reader, we hope you keep coming back.
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