Election 2020 Explained
The nationally watched Senate contest displays two different visions for Colorado on climate, coronavirus, healthcare and the economy
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En Colorado es fácil que te registres para votar y recibas una boleta electoral antes de las elecciones de 2020. Pero debes tomar en cuenta fechas límites importantes.
The use of enterprise fees to fund government programs has ballooned since the passage of TABOR made tax hikes harder to get approved.
Colorado 2020 election: A quick guide to the ballot questions on abortion, wolves, taxes, sick leave and more
The 11 statewide policy questions on the 2020 election ballot carry far-reaching implications for social and fiscal future of Colorado
Proposition 118 explained: Paid-leave measure would give Colorado workers time off but cost big money
Critics say the initiative is a new payroll tax on already struggling businesses. Supporters say it will help small businesses compete.
Proposition 113 explained: Colorado voters could push the U.S. closer to a national popular vote system
In November, Colorado voters will decide whether to affirm or repeal the legislature’s 2019 decision to join the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact
Amendment B explained: What repealing the Gallagher Amendment would mean for Colorado and your property taxes
Colorado lawmakers voted in bipartisan fashion to ask voters to remove the constitutional amendment, but didn’t offer a replacement plan
The ballot initiative would require cigarettes to be sold for no less than $7 starting in January. By July 2027, nicotine products would be taxed at 62% of their market list price.
Proposition 115 explained: Colorado’s broad access to abortion would be scaled back under ballot measure
The November ballot question that would ban abortion after 22 weeks of pregnancy has higher stakes with the fate of Roe v. Wade in question
The question on Colorado’s November ballot marks the first time that voters, not the federal government, would direct state wildlife managers to script a recovery plan for wolves.