Four of the ballot measures are constitutional amendments. Seven are statutory propositions.
Three of the measures were placed on the ballot by the state legislature, seven by citizen initiative and one — Proposition 113 — by referendum petition, which is a citizen petition meant to allow voters a chance to decide whether to keep a law already passed by the legislature.
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Amendment B: Repeal Gallagher Amendment
Amendment C: Conduct of Charitable Gaming
Amendment 76: Citizenship Qualification of Voters
Amendment 77: Local Voter Approval of Casino Bet Limits and Games in Black Hawk, Central City, and Cripple Creek
Proposition EE: Taxes on Nicotine Products
Proposition 113: Adopt Agreement to Elect U.S. President by National Popular Vote
Proposition 114: Reintroduction and Management of Gray Wolves
Proposition 115: Prohibit Abortions After 22 Weeks
Proposition 116: State Income Tax Rate Reduction
Proposition 117: Voter Approval for Certain New State Enterprises
Proposition 118: Paid Family and Medical Leave Insurance Program
Placed on ballot by legislature
Amendment B, Amendment C, Proposition EE
Placed on ballot by citizen initiative
Amendment 76, Amendment 77, Proposition 114, Proposition 115, Proposition 116, Proposition 117, Proposition 118
Placed on the ballot by referendum petition
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