Colorado 2011 ballot measures
November 1, 2011 statewide ballot in Colorado.One statewide ballot measure appeared on the
- That measure was defeated.
- The measure was an initiated state statute.
- It addressed the topic of taxes
The signature filing deadline for the 2011 ballot in Colorado was August 1, 2011. A minimum of 85,854 signatures were required for both initiated constitutional amendments and initiated state statutes.
On the ballot
- See also: 2011 ballot measures
|CISS||Proposition 103||Taxes||Would increase income and sales tax in the state.|
Not on the ballot
|State Tax Initiative||Taxes||Would reform the state's income and sales, as well as the Taxpayer Bill of Rights|
|Education Funds Exemption Amendment||Education||Exempt a portion of K-12 and postsecondary education funding from TABOR restrictions|
|LR||Identification Question||Immigration||Would require ID to be shown in order to have access to certain public services.|
Local ballot measures
- See also: Local ballot measure elections in 2011