Voters must return their ballots in by 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday at their local county clerk's office, or designated drop off site.
In El Paso County the Clerk and Recorder's Office will provide curbside drop-off at all four branch locations on Monday, October 31, and on Tuesday, November 1.... more »
Supporters of the medical marijuana industry met in downtown Colorado Springs on Thursday to kick off their "No on 1A" campaign.
The opposition group calls itself Citizens for Safer Communities. They hope to encourage voters to vote against County Question 1A, which will appear on November's ballot.
If... more »
Bankers and unions, Democrats and Republicans are joining together to oppose three tax measures on November's ballot.
Opponents plan to meet in front of empty seats Invesco Field on Monday to illustrate 73,000 jobs they say will be lost if the measures pass.
They've raised more than $6... more »
A judge has ruled that anti-tax activist Douglas Bruce won't be held in contempt of court for not testifying in a lawsuit about tax-slashing ballot measures, but he will have to answer questions about them.
Denver District Judge Brian Whitney ruled Tuesday against the attorney general's request to hold... more »
El Paso County Commissioners voted 4-1 Thursday morning to put two questions on the November ballot asking voters whether to allow commissioners, the county treasurer, clerk and recorder, assessor, and surveyor to seek election to a third four-year term. If passed, the term-limits extension would apply to current holders of... more »
Backers of a Strong Mayor form of government in Colorado Springs submitted signatures Tuesday to get the issue on the November ballot.
The group needs 25,091 valid signatures to make the ballot. The petitions submitted have 36,305.
If voters approve the Strong Mayor proposal the position of City... more »
Officials in Mesa County and Grand Junction, the county seat, have voted to reserve spots on the November ballot for medical marijuana issues in case proposals come in.
County commissioners on Monday approved setting aside a spot on the ballot for a possible question asking voters whether to ban... more »
Cortez officials are discussing whether to ask voters if they want to remove existing medical marijuana dispensaries and prohibit new ones from ever opening in the city.
City Councilor Betty Swank said this week she and her colleagues have talked about putting the question to voters in the November... more »
Opponents of federal health care legislation want Colorado voters to block it at the polls.
A proposed ballot measure would bar the state from enforcing the legislation, including a provision that would require most people to buy insurance. Meanwhile, some Republican lawmakers want Attorney General John Suthers to join... more »