Republicans now hold 24 out of 65 seats in the House, the lowest number since 1965.
Amendment 75 would allow candidates to accept more money from supporters if an opponent in the same race self-finances $1 million or more.
The race for governor is firming up, and along with it the race for campaign funds.
In contrast with national races, the $30 million raised for local Colorado races seems quaint. But dig deeper and you find that one political party has a significant advantage, one that could alter the balance of power.
The Government by the People Act would offer incentives for congressional candidates to forego large donations and PAC money.