Colorado Votes 2020

Colorado stories related to the 2020 election

More than 90% of local tax measures for Colorado schools won voter support in Tuesday’s election.
Colorado’s Amendment B repealed the Gallagher Amendment in an effort to head off a fiscal crisis for schools.
In two of three races for the Colorado State Board of Education, Democrats were leading challengers
The passage of Denver measures 4A and 4B will fund teacher pay raises, air conditioning, and a comprehensive high school in far northeast Denver,
Colorado voters approved a nicotine tax Tuesday that will eventually fund universal preschool for 4-year-olds statewide.
Democrats flipped political control of the University of Colorado Board of Regents, moving the last statewide Republican stronghold blue.
If Amendment B passes, it wouldn’t solve many of the problems in Colorado’s school finance system, but it would spare districts from steep budget cuts next year.
Proposition EE on the Colorado ballot would raise cigarette taxes and put new taxes on vaping products. The revenue would fund preschool efforts, among other uses.
Three seats on the seven-member State Board of Education are up for election. Learn more about the candidates here.
The 2020 CU Board of Regents election could determine partisan control of the board overseeing the University of Colorado system
Other projects that would be funded include renovating or rebuilding a comprehensive high school in the Montbello neighborhood.
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