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Colorado has worked hard to make voting accessible to every citizen. Amendment 76 will undo that hard work and limit accessibility to the ballot box. 17 year-olds who will be 18 in November will no longer be able to vote in the primary election. Amendment 76 would disenfranchise nearly 24,000 17 year-olds who were given the right to vote in primary elections through the Colorado Votes Act of 2019.

Amendment 76 was brought to Colorado’s ballot by Florida politicians who want to use Colorado as a guinea pig to give power to an anti-immigrant agenda. Colorado already has a citizenship requirement for voting.

Voting fraud makes up less than 0.0024 votes nationwide. Colorado has one of the most secure & accessible election systems in the country. 76 would open the door for less accessible voting.

Help us protect Coloradans right to vote. Vote NO on Amendment 76!

Proposition 115 is an intentionally confusing ballot measure to ban abortion later in pregnancy with no exceptions for health or individual circumstances. Proponents of this ballot measure have said outright they want to force a woman to carry a pregnancy to term — even in cases of rape, risks to the woman’s health, or a lethal fetal diagnosis.

This one-size-fits-all mandate is being pushed by many of the same politicians and groups who have tried to ban abortion in Colorado every year for the last decade. It allows politics to dictate personal health decisions that should be made by a woman and her family, in consultation with her doctors.

It does not take into account the unique circumstances each woman may face throughout pregnancy. Health needs should drive important medical decisions — not politics.

Help protect Colorado’s access to abortion care and vote no on 115.

Colorado has worked hard to make voting accessible to every citizen. Amendment 76 will undo that hard work and limit accessibility to the ballot box. 17 year-olds who will be 18 in November will no longer be able to vote in the primary election. Amendment 76 would disenfranchise nearly 24,000 17 year-olds who were given the right to vote in primary elections through the Colorado Votes Act of 2019.

Amendment 76 was brought to Colorado’s ballot by Florida politicians who want to use Colorado as a guinea pig to give power to an anti-immigrant agenda. Colorado already has a citizenship requirement for voting.

Voting fraud makes up less than 0.0024 votes nationwide. Colorado has one of the most secure & accessible election systems in the country. 76 would open the door for less accessible voting.

Help us protect Coloradans right to vote. Vote NO on Amendment 76!

Proposition 115 is an intentionally confusing ballot measure to ban abortion later in pregnancy with no exceptions for health or individual circumstances. Proponents of this ballot measure have said outright they want to force a woman to carry a pregnancy to term — even in cases of rape, risks to the woman’s health, or a lethal fetal diagnosis.

This one-size-fits-all mandate is being pushed by many of the same politicians and groups who have tried to ban abortion in Colorado every year for the last decade. It allows politics to dictate personal health decisions that should be made by a woman and her family, in consultation with her doctors.

It does not take into account the unique circumstances each woman may face throughout pregnancy. Health needs should drive important medical decisions — not politics.

Help protect Colorado’s access to abortion care and vote no on 115.

Awarding our electoral college votes to the winner of the national popular vote in all 50 states will give us a direct voice over the selection of the U.S. President. Every vote will count equally, and the person with the most votes will win every time.

Nearly everyone will need to take time to care for themselves, a newborn baby, or a seriously ill family member at some point, but 4 out of 5 Coloradans don’t have access to paid family and medical leave. Proposition 118 will allow Coloradans to put their families first without having to risk losing their job.

Awarding our electoral college votes to the winner of the national popular vote in all 50 states will give us a direct voice over the selection of the U.S. President. Every vote will count equally, and the person with the most votes will win every time.

Nearly everyone will need to take time to care for themselves, a newborn baby, or a seriously ill family member at some point, but 4 out of 5 Coloradans don’t have access to paid family and medical leave. Proposition 118 will allow Coloradans to put their families first without having to risk losing their job.