Over nearly two decades, as Cory Gardner and John Hickenlooper ascended in Centennial State politics, they were cordial, collaborative, and maybe even friends. Now, their bloody race for the U.S. Senate might be the death knell of Colorado bipartisanship.
Denverites will vote on 12 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.