Colorado Votes 2022

Election news for Colorado 2022

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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