Colorado voters rejected three of four statewide ballot measures on Election Day.
Ballot Measures 2014
Colorado voters this fall are deciding on a lot of local issues that may not be getting much attention beyond their own city limits.
Want to know more about the four statewide measures on Colorado's ballot and who's funding them?
Colorado passes a lot of big things through the ballot -- think marijuana and TABOR. But voters don't always know what they're voting for... or against.
Colorado voters are set to decide if they want most foods sold in grocery stores to be labeled if they contain genetically modified ingredients.
Both supporters and opponents of Amendment 67 call the measure on this year’s ballot “personhood.” But they disagree sharply on what it actually does.
Should teachers' contract negotiations be open to the public? It's on the ballot, along with $1.7 billion in financial requests. A primer on the issues.
Similar measures calling for labeling genetically modified foods have failed in recent years in California and Washington, and Vermont is being sued for the labeling law it enacted earlier this year.