Over the last three decades governors, various legislators, education advocates, construction company executives, business leaders and civic activists have organized to ask Colorado voters to increase taxes to raise more money for the state’s cash-strapped schools, crumbling highways and other needs.
Denver Ballot Guide. State Ballot Guide. Why are we voting on these things? What about other ballot measures?
Referendums on Establishing City Department of Transportation; Arts and Venues Facilities; Fire Department Ranks and Grades and Elected Official Residency.
Passage of DD would legalize sports gambling in Colorado, impose taxes on the casinos that offer such betting, and devote the tax revenues to water projects.
Proposition CC proposes amending the Colorado statutes to allow the state government to keep all of the money it collects every year beginning in the 2019-20 state budget year.
DPS Board At-Large Candidates Natela Alexandrovna Manuntseva, Tay Anderson and Alexis Menocal Harrigan talk about their policy priorities.
Mike Johnston, former school principal and state senator, says he spent a lot of time in the past year thinking about what’s broken in our democracy—and what we can fix.
Views on whether to keep or change the name of the Stapleton community—plus answers to your questions about the ballot and Letters to the Editor
Incoming City Council Member Amanda Sawyer ran on a platform that opposed Denver’s rapid growth, and is especially interested in slowing development in District 5. Councilman Chris Herndon, just re-elected to his third and final term, says Denver is handling growth “in a responsible manner.”
Sometime in the future, when your utility bill changes, your child goes to kindergarten, you vote for president, get arrested, fill a prescription or need some weed delivered, think of the 2019 session of the Colorado General Assembly.