Voters Approve Measure To Improve Denver Roads, Sidewalks During Deadly YearThose fighting to make Denver streets safer for bicyclists and pedestrians just scored a big win on the November ballot. Unofficial results show 61% of Denver voters said yes to ballot measure 2-C.
Universal Pre-K Education Taking Shape In ColoradoAfter more than 100 meetings, state leaders are narrowing in on what the new Department of Early Childhood and funding for pre-k education will look like.
Colorado Votes On Confusing Property Tax Measure With Proposition 120Colorado voters are deciding three statewide issues in the off-year election. Proposition 120 would lower property tax rates in the state. It was written to drop the residential property tax rate to 6.5% and the commercial rate to 26.4%
Proposition 119 Voted Down; Asked Colorado Voters To Raise Recreational Pot Tax RatesColorado voters are deciding on three statewide measures in the off-year election, including one to raise the tax rate on reactional pot to fund afterschool programs for low-income kids.
Denver Voters Face Record Number Of Ballot Issues Including 5 Bond Requests Adding Up To $450 MillionDenver voters are being asked to approved $450 million in bond measures as well as deciding on issues related to housing and the homeless as well as the Park Hill Golf Course.
Boulder Voters Tackle Issues Related To CU Annex, Fur And Group Living In Off-Year ElectionBoulder voters are tackling a number of issues related to housing costs and how CU Boulder should be allowed to expand as well as a classic Boulder question about banning fur.
Reporting From CBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd Prompted Amendment 78 About State SpendingAmendment 78 would put state legislature in charge of how state funds are spent after Political Specialist Shaun Boyd discovered the governor's office received millions of dollars in donations from corporations and private and founds and spent the money with no oversight
Drop Off Your Ballot To Make Sure Your Vote Counts On Election DayIt's too late to mail that ballot, but there are 41 drop boxes across Denver where voters can turn in their completed ballot.
Judge Voids 72-Hour Requirement For Homeless Camp Cleanup In Initiated Ordinance 303 On Denver's BallotInitiated Ordinance 303 would have required the City to clean up homeless encampments within 72 hours.
It's Too Late To Mail Your Ballot, But Not Too Late To Drop It Off Before Next Week's ElectionDenver Mayor Michael Hancock and Denver Clerk and Recorder Paul Lopez want voters to return their ballots.
Mayor Michael Hancock Drums Up Support On Bond MeasureDenver Mayor Michael Hancock hit the streets on Friday morning to encourage people to get out and vote.
Colorado 2021 Election: Some Ballot Measures Create Controversy, ConfusionOff-year elections tend to be sleepers. Not Colorado's 2021 election. There are three statewide measures and more than 125 local ballot questions.
Marijuana Sales Tax Increase Supporters Turn In Petitions To Put Initiative 25 On The Ballot More than 200,000 voters in Colorado support an increase on the sales tax for recreational marijuana.
2021 Election: Decrease in Property Taxes And Increase In Pot Taxes Expected To Make November BallotAnother election is just around the corner and it will likely include three statewide ballot measures.