Voter Guide 2022: Statewide ballot measures
Colorado voters in the 2022 general election will decide 11 proposed changes to the Colorado Constitution and state statutes.
Three of the ballot measures are constitutional amendments, and require a 55% majority to pass. The remaining eight are statutory propositions, and require only a simple majority to become law.
Five of the measures were referred to the ballot by a majority vote of both chambers of the state Legislature. The remaining six are citizen initiatives that qualified for the ballot by the submission of at least 124,632 valid signatures.
Newsline has previously reported on most of the 2022 statewide ballot measures, and the items below contain links to those stories. More information about all the measures can be found in the state “Blue Book.”
Amendment D – New 23rd Judicial District Judges
Amendment E – Extend Homestead Exemption to Gold Star Spouses
Amendment F – Changes to Charitable Gaming Operations
Proposition FF – Healthy School Meals for All
Proposition GG – Add Tax Information Table to Petitions and Ballots
Proposition 121 – State Income Tax Rate Reduction
Proposition 122 – Access to Natural Psychedelic Substances
Proposition 123 – Dedicate Revenue for Affordable Housing
Proposition 124 – Increase Allowable Liquor Store Locations
Proposition 125 – Allow Grocery and Convenience Stores to Sell Wine
Proposition 126 – Third-Party Delivery of Alcohol Beverages
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