DENVER (CBS4) – Colorado voters face 13 ballot measures and the election of a new governor, new attorney general and new treasurer in the 2018 midterm November election. This election may determine how much of a swing state Colorado will be heading into 2020.
Coloradans tend to vote a split ticket, meaning choosing Democrats for some races and Republicans for others. The last time voters elected a governor and attorney general of the same party was 1978.
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CBS4’s Political Specialist Shaun Boyd covers these issues and more which could change the landscape of Colorado politics.
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