Colorado Nov 6th Election Endorsements from -- Co NORML

November 04, 2018

Colorado Election Endorsements from Co NORML

 

With midterm election just 2 days away Colorado NORML’s recommendations for the Nov. 6, 2018, Election and our Endorsements!

Governor: Support Jared Polis’ vision for Colorado. Representative Jared Polis, who was endorsed by NORML PAC, scored a resounding victory in Colorado’s Democratic primary for governor.



http://blog.norml.org/2018/06/27/norml-pac-endorsed-jared-polis-scores-resounding-victory-in-colorado/


Attorney General: Phil Weiser is exceptionally well-qualified and supports States rights.



https://www.philforcolorado.com/


Secretary of State: We urge Colorado voters to elect Jena Griswold to office.

 

https://www.jenaforcolorado.com/

 


Treasurer: Editorial board endorses Dave Young


http://repdaveyoung.com/



 ENDORSEMENTS

 
Senate District 13 -- Phil Kelley

www.philkelley4colorado.com/


Adams County Treasurer -- Lisa Culpepper

https://www.lisaculpepper.org/


House District 27 -- Brianna Titone

https://www.briannaforco.com/

 


Senate District 24 --Faith Winters

https://www.faithwinter.com/




 Ballot Measures
Amendment 73: The vehicle for education funding. Neutral..

Amendment 74: Reject this threat to good land use policy. Vote no.

Amendment 75: Close the millionaire loophole. Vote no.

Amendment V: Lower age requirement for Members of State Legislation. Neutral.

Amendment X: Remove definition of "industrial hemp" from Colorado Constitution. Neutral.

Amendment W: Election ballot format for judicial retention elections. Vote Yes.

Amendments Y and Z: Fair maps mean fair elections. Vote Yes.

Proposition 109: The state needs revenue for roads. Vote no.

Proposition 110: We can have it all and better roads. Vote yes.

Proposition 111: Protect borrowers from predatory lenders. Vote yes.

Proposition 112: Sets back oil and gas drilling back to 25,000 ft. Neutral




 

 

 

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