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Amendment 78

Amendment 78
Amendment 78

Colorado’s governor continues to fund positions in his office with money from private donors

Five of the positions are full time while one is part time. They are funded by more than $1.3 million in grants.

Politics and Government

Amendment 78: Colorado voters reject giving lawmakers more oversight on spending

With more than 1 million ballots counted as of 9 p.m., Amendment 78 was failing with 44% voting in favor of the measure and 56% against it

Politics and Government

Colorado voters reject Proposition 120, which sought to cut some Colorado property taxes

The ballot measure being pushed by conservatives would have reduced the property tax assessment rates for multifamily residential properties

Politics and Government

Turnout remains low as Election Day arrives in Colorado. Here’s what you need to know to vote.

Your ballot must be in the possession of your county’s clerk by 7 p.m. on Election Day to be counted

Politics and Government

Conservatives have dropped millions on Proposition 120 and Amendment 78. No one is spending to oppose them.

Some liberal groups are trying to rally their supporters against the ballot initiatives, but there haven’t been any committees formed with the specific purpose of raising and spending money to stop the measures from passing

Politics and Government

Denver judge dismisses lawsuit seeking to invalidate votes cast for Amendment 78

Judge J. Eric Elliff found that the legal action filed by Bell Policy Center Executive Director Scott Wasserman and Summit County Commissioner Tamara Pogue was filed too late

Politics and Government

Zornio: Colorado’s 2021 elections are too important to skip. Here are my picks

Evaluating Amendment 78, Propositions 119 and 120 and select local initiatives

Opinion Columns

Colorado election 2021 guide: What you need to know about the ballot initiatives and how to cast your vote

Election Day is Nov. 2 and voters will be making decisions on a slate of ballot measures, as well as local school board races

Politics and Government

Group files 11th-hour lawsuit seeking to block one of three questions on Colorado’s statewide ballot this year

The plaintiffs claim that Amendment 78, which would require more legislative oversight over how money from legal settlements and the federal government is spent, should not have been approved for the 2021 election

Politics and Government