Denverites will vote on 11 ballot measures, including how the city’s spending will be used to address climate change, the pit bull breed ban, and several initiatives that would attempt to move power from Denver’s current “strong-mayor” system.
In addition to the presidential and Senate races, Coloradans will vote on 11 statewide ballot measures this November. From the reintroduction of gray wolves to changes to property taxes and more, here’s what you need to know.
President Donald Trump has cited security concerns for why widespread mail-in voting doesn’t work. But the Centennial State has proven that, with the right system in place, fraud can be prevented and turnout can soar.