Do Coloradans Like Their City’s Rate of Growth?

November 7, 2019
A ballot flies through a verifier machine at a Jefferson County elections facilty in Golden, July 1, 2019. A ballot flies through a verifier machine at a Jefferson County elections facilty in Golden, July 1, 2019. Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite
A ballot flies through a verifier machine at a Jefferson County elections facilty in Golden, July 1, 2019.

The November elections in Colorado were about more than sports betting and taxes to fund roads and schools. Ed Sealover, reporter at the Denver Business Journal, said the elections boiled down to one question: Do Coloradans like their county, city or town's rate of growth, or did they vote to slow or change that trajectory?