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Voting is hard enough when we have to listen to all of the propaganda from different special interest groups. How do you make your best decision? The State of Colorado has a little blue book they send out to all registered voters. If you registered only recently, then you may not have received it. You can visit www.coloradobluebook.com to get a list of the issues and the people you will be voting on this coming election.
There are three measures for the State of Colorado:
- Amendment S, State and Personnel System;
- Amendment 64, Use and Regulation of Marijuana;
- Amendment 65, Colorado Congressional Delegation to Support Campaign Finance Limits.
A YES vote on any ballot issue is a vote IN FAVOR OF changing current law or existing circumstances, and a NO vote on any ballot issue is a vote AGAINST changing current law or existing circumstances.
You will be asked to vote for retention of judges in the Colorado Supreme Court, the Colorado Court of Appeals, and Mesa County Court (Grand Junction campus).
Finally, you will be asked to vote our state representatives and our future president.
How you vote is always up to you. You should never be pressured to vote in any way that you do not feel comfortable voting. You should get educated about what you are voting on before you go to the voting booth. The Colorado Blue Book makes a nice, unbiased presentation of both sides of each measure. Take some time to educate yourself; then go vote.[boilerplate about-colorado]