We endorse positions on ballot initiatives that either move a progressive agenda forward or block initiatives harmful to the interests of the majority or marginalized groups. Please take the time to understand ballot initiatives before voting.
Where we do not make a recommendation, it is generally because there are complex issues and multiple viewpoints, such that we did not have sufficient votes one way or the other.
General Election November 3, 2020
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|Amends the Colorado Constitution to state that “only a citizen” of the U.S. who is 18 years old or older can vote in federal, state, and local elections, instead of the existing language that says “every citizen” who is 18 years old can vote||Oppose|
|113||Affirms prior legislation that joins Colorado into the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact, awarding Colorado’s electoral votes to the winner of the national popular vote||Support|
|Reintroduces gray wolves on public lands, as a strategy for preserving environment||Support|
|115||Prohibits abortion after 22 weeks gestational age||Oppose|
|116||Decreases the state income tax rate from 4.63% to 4.55%||Oppose|
|117||Requires voter approval of new enterprises that are exempt from TABOR if their revenue is greater than $50 million within its first five years||Oppose|
|118||Establishes a program for paid medical and family leave||Support|