Colorado voters are deciding a crucial test for schools Tuesday in the nation’s only statewide tax question on ballots this fall.
Opponents of Proposition 103 say it will cost jobs in Colorado. Supporters say kids in our state are already paying a price. CBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd gives the latest Prop 103 ad a Reality Check.
Many assume that it is simply a matter of time before John Hickenlooper gets back into the endorsement game. But it appears that he will bide his time until he feels he can get behind a clear winner.
The nation’s only ballot measure this fall that proposes a state tax increase pits some defenders of Colorado’s underfunded schools against those who warn it will cost jobs.
Starting Wednesday ballots go out in an election that includes a statewide tax hike. Voters will decide whether to increase sales and income taxes to fund education.
While political adversaries of Gov. John Hickenlooper are calling him out for not taking an official position on Proposition 103, the governor made it clear this week where his sympathies lie.
The collective silence of the governor and mayor on Proposition 103 is becoming a major hurdle to the issue’s success, CBSDenver.com blogger Dominic Dezzutti reports.