August 3rd was the final day for citizen-initiated petition campaigns to submit the required 124,632 valid signatures to qualify for the November ballot. While a handful of questions have already been certified, there are still a few hanging in the balance.
Of note, the Colorado Legislature has referred three questions onto the 2020 general election ballot via two-thirds support from the house and senate, one of which is now a veto referred measure.
|Proposition||Title||CSI Research Efforts|
|113||Adopt Agreement to Elect U.S. President By National Popular Vote|
|114||Reintroduction and Management of Gray Wolves|
|115||Prohibit Abortions After 22 Weeks|
|116||State Income Tax Rate Reduction||Read CSI Report|
|117||Voter Approval for Certain New State Enterprises||Read CSI Report|
|118||Paid Family and Medical Leave Insurance Program||Read CSI Report|
|EE||Taxes on Nicotine Products|
|Amendments||Title||CSI Research Efforts|
|76||Citizenship Qualification of Voters|
|77||Local Voter Approval of Casino Bet Limits and Games |
in Black Hawk, Central City, and Cripple Creek
|B||Repeal of the Gallagher Amendment||Read CSI Report|
|C||Conduct of Charitable Gaming|