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Short TitleYesNoOutcomeType of Change
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1An Amendment to Article IV of the Constitution of the State of Colorado, providing for the election of the Governor and Lieutenant Governor 67%32%AdoptedConstitutional
2An Amendment to Article X of the Constitution of the State of Colorado, relating to the exemption of publicly owned real property from taxat47%52%RejectedConstitutional
3An Amendment to Article XIV of the Constitution of the State of Colorado, relating to the compensation of county officers.51%48%AdoptedConstitutional
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3An Amendment to Article VI of the Constitution of the State of Colorado, concerning the Judicial Department, and providing for the selection52%47%AdoptedConstitutional
4An Act to amend Article V of the State Constitution, providing for a Senate of not more than thirty-five members and a House of Representati70%29%AdoptedConstitutional
5An Amendment to Article X of the Constitution of the State of Colorado concerning the General Property Tax, establishing a maximum limitatio31%68%RejectedConstitutional
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1An Amendment to Article IV of the Constitution of the State of Colorado, by the addition of a new section 22, providing that executive and a69%30%AdoptedConstitutional
2An Amendment to Section 6 of Article X of the Constitution of the State of Colorado, providing for classification of self-propelled equipmen60%39%AdoptedConstitutional
Ref 1Providing for daylight saving time in Colorado. 57%42%AdoptedStatutory
Ref 2Shall Capital Punishment be abolished? 33%66%RejectedStatutory
Hide details for 19641964
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1An Amendment to Articles IV and V of the Constitution of the State of Colorado providing for a State Auditor under the Legislative Departmen63%36%AdoptedConstitutional
2An Amendment to Article IX of the Constitution of the State of Colorado providing that the Office of County Superintendent of Schools may be63%36%AdoptedConstitutional
Hide details for 19621962
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7Providing for the apportionment of the General Assembly and providing for senatorial and representative districts63%36%AdoptedConstitutional
8Relating to reapportionment, including a commission on legislative apportionment32%67%RejectedConstitutional
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1Providing for the reorganization of the Judicial Department64%35%AdoptedConstitutional
2Relating to officers in the City and County of Denver38%61%RejectedConstitutional
3Relating to income tax payments and to allow the definition of income as used in the laws of the U.S.53%46%AdoptedConstitutional
4Relating to the qualification of voters, including the right to vote for President by non-residents68%31%AdoptedConstitutional
5Relating to taxable property: assessment and county boards of equalization50%49%AdoptedConstitutional
6Relating to county and local officers, including terms of office49%50%RejectedConstitutional
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