An identical measure failed by a narrow margin in 2016 possibly due to unclear wording on the ballot.
Ballot Measures 2018
Amendment 75 would have relaxed some state campaign contribution restrictions if a candidate in a given race gave $1 million or more to his or her own campaign or third-party committee.
Proposition 109 would have directed the Colorado Department of Transportation to issue $3.5 billion in bonds for more than 60 road work projects across the state.
The measure will limit interest rates to 36 percent and prevent lenders from adding origination and monthly maintenance fees.
Proponents said prohibiting people younger than 25 from serving is an unnecessary restriction.
Amendments Y and Z will allow independent commissions to draw electoral districts for legislators and members of Congress.
At its heart, the measure would have given property owners more legal cover to seek money through the court system if government action hurt their assets.
Amendment X calls for the removal the definition of “industrial hemp” from the Colorado Constitution and, instead, use the definition found in either federal law or state statute.
Proposition 112 would have required new wells to be drilled 2,500 feet from most buildings and other so-called vulnerable areas.
The measure would have generated $767 million annually that would have gone toward a variety of road, transit, pedestrian, and bike projects.