The polls closed at 7 p.m. across Colorado. Staff in county clerks' offices will be tallying ballots until late tonight. Check back here for updates on the results of the Nov. 7, 2023 coordinated election.
A yes vote would lower property tax rates statewide while also reducing how much the state pays in TABOR refunds. The repurposed refund money would instead go to schools and local governments.
A yes vote would allow the state to keep more than $23 million in tobacco and nicotine taxes and put the money into Colorado's universal preschool program instead of refunding it to retailers and wholesalers.
More election coverage:
- Southern Colorado coordinated election results: Colorado Springs, Manitou Springs and Pueblo - via KRCC
- 2A: Early results suggest Colorado Springs voters are saying no to supporting a new police training facility - via KRCC
- Aurora election results: Mayoral race tilting toward incumbent Coffman in earliest returns - via Denverite
- Aurora City Council election results: Balance of power at stake as results roll in - via Denverite
- Denver school board election results: Early returns favor Youngquist, Sia and De La Rosa - via Denverite
- Election results: Denver’s preschool voucher program looks here to stay - via Denverite
- Jeffco school board election results: Live updates - via Chalkbeat Colorado
- Westminster school board election results: Union-backed slate winning - via Chalkbeat Colorado
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