Election 2016

How the state ballot questions fared

Staff report
Posted 11/8/16

Here are the results of voting on the state ballot questions, as of 11 p.m. Election Night:

Amendment 70 (minimum wage increase)

Yes: 54.7 percent

No: 45.3 percent

Amendment 69 …

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Election 2016

How the state ballot questions fared

Posted

Here are the results of voting on the state ballot questions, as posted on the Colorado Secretary of State's website the morning of Nov. 9:

Amendment 70 (minimum wage increase)

Yes: 54.3 percent

No: 45.7 percent

Amendment 69 (ColoradoCare)

Yes: 20.3 percent

No: 79.7 percent

Proposition 106 (aid in dying)

Yes: 64.5 percent

No: 35.5 percent

Proposition 107 (presidential primary election)

Yes: 63.7 percent

No: 36.3 percent

Proposition 108 (unaffiliated voters in primary elections)

Yes: 52.4 percent

No: 47.6 percent

Amendment T (involuntary service)

Yes: 49.1 percent

No: 50.9 percent

Amendment U (exempt possessory interests from property tax)

Yes: 43.2 percent

No: 56.8 percent

Amendment 71: (raise the bar for constitutional amendments)

Yes: 56.8 percent

No: 43.2 percent

Amendment 72: (raise tobacco tax)

Yes: 46.3 percent

No: 53.7 percent

Ballot Issue 4B: (renew SCFD funding)

Yes: 62.5 percent

No: 37.5 percent

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