Editors Note: The City of Denver sent out this statement of City Council’s unanimous vote opposing Initiatives 303 and 304.
Set aside some study time before voting this year—the ballot is long and complicated. We turned to an expert, Todd Engdahl, to provide background information and explanations of the ballot questions including three separate ballot questions on the subject of housing and/or homelessness.
TO THE ELIGIBLE ELECTORS of the Westerly Creek Metropolitan District (“Westerly Creek”) within the Central Park Community of the City and County of Denver. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an informal primary election will be conducted by the Park Creek Metropolitan District (“District”) on Tuesday, November 9, 2021, during the hours of 7:00 a.m. and […]
While the election and presidential transition continued to dominate the news well into November, the Front Porch asked a group of NE Denver residents for their thoughts on bridging the great political divide in our country.
Fifty years ago, Colorado was quite “red,” politically.
PLEASE NOTE: Information about Proposition 113, the National Popular Vote (NPV), is incorrect in the printed October issue. A “yes” vote will, in fact, keep Colorado in the NPV compact. Proposition 113 is correct in this online article and in our PDF link to a summary of the 23 state and city ballot questions. Consider printing our 5-page summary to note your decisions after researching questions in the 90-page Blue Book.
“I’m very worried there are going to be hundreds if not thousands of people out there trying to suppress the vote,” says former Colorado Senator Tim Wirth.
Long before he was a rapping, swaggering Broadway sensation, Alexander Hamilton was an unapologetic elitist. To be fair, Hamilton was not alone among the Founding Fathers in this regard. They created the Electoral College, with its electors as a buffer between the people and the president.
Voters will decide whether to repeal this amendment.
Here’s what you need to know: