Colorado voters will decide if the state’s top 3% of earners, those who bring home more than $300,000 a year, should contribute to a program that would make healthy school meals available to all Colorado students. Comments from Karla Gonzales…Read more
Latino voters are a powerful force in Colorado, especially in tight races.Read more
The Denver Post details the inequity of Colorado's ballot initiative petition process. Voters solved this problem in Boulder in 2018 by voting 71-29% to amend our City Charter to allow online petitions for direct democracy, the first in the country, though…Read more
Women voters age 50 and older, a powerful demographic historically in elections, have not yet decided which candidates to support, according to recent bipartisan polling commissioned by AARP.Read more
Louisville planning commission to vote on revised Redtail Ridge plan that is shockingly similar to the one rejected by Louisville voters.
A revised version of the Redtail Ridge development plan will be heard by the Louisville planning commission on August 11. The original plan was rejected by voters on April 19. The planning commission will decide whether or not to recommend…Read more
After watching city leaders almost unanimously approve the annexation and development plan for Lifebridge church to build a mini-city near Union Reservoir, Longmont residents took to the streets to gather signatures of protest. Six-thousand signatures later, the city council opted…Read more