Colorado Votes 2022

Election news for Colorado 2022

The State Board of Education is growing from seven seats to nine seats. Find election results here.
Voters approved about two-thirds of school district ballot measures in Colorado on Tuesday. The 27J school district scored a notable win with its mill levy override
Advocates believe most school districts would participate and provide free school meals to all students.
Colorado Gov. Jared Polis made kindergarten and preschool key to his first term. How will he tackle the challenges ahead?
The 2022 election will determine which party controls Colorado’s State Board of Education and who decides critical education issues.
Los candidatos a gobernador de Colorado respondieron 8 preguntas sobre temas de educación. Lee las respuestas en nuestra guía.
Although both bond measures and mill levy overrides can impact property taxes, they each have different purposes.
The Democratic governor says education is on the right track, but his GOP opponent wants a new direction.
La propuesta FF permitiría que los distritos escolares de Colorado ofrecieran comidas escolares gratuitas a todos los estudiantes.
Who is eligible to register to vote? How can I be sure my ballot is counted? We’ve got answers to these Colorado election questions and many more.
¿Cómo puedo inscribirme para votar en Colorado? ¿Qué tan secreto es mi voto? Tenemos respuestas a estas preguntas y muchas más.
The ballot measure would allow Colorado school districts to opt in to receive money to offer free school meals for all.
Colorado’s State Board of Education is growing from seven to nine seats, and political control of the body that sets education policy could be at stake in November’s election.
Take Chalkbeat’s survey and let us know what questions you have for candidates for governor, State Board of Education, and Colorado General Assembly.
Contesta nuestra encuesta y dinos qué preguntas quieres hacerles a los candidatos a gobernador, a la Junta Estatal de Educación, y a la Asamblea General de Colorado.
Supporters of a Colorado school funding measure to raise teacher pay failed to gather enough signatures to make the November ballot.
The Republican race in the 8th Congressional District was the only contested primary among four open seats on the State Board of Education.
Partisan control is at stake as the State Board of Education grows from seven to nine seats. Cultural issues are taking precedence over education reform.
Peggy Propst and Cody LeBlanc are competing to be the Republican candidate for the Colorado State Board of Education 8th Congressional District seat.
School lunch programs grew during the pandemic. With federal waivers set to expire, lawmakers are asking voters to maintain that progress.
Education advocates hope to secure as much as $1.1 billion in new Colorado school funding by asking voters to forego a portion of tax refunds under TABOR.
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