Colorado 2004 ballot measures
- Four passed, while two were defeated.
- Two measures were legislatively-referred ballot measures.
- Three measures were initiated constitutional amendments.
- One measure was an initiated state statute.
On the ballot
|Amendment 34||Business regulation||Prohibits limits, with some exceptions, on a property owner's ability to recover damages|
|Amendment 35||Taxes||Increases the tax on a pack of cigarettes by 64 cents|
|Amendment 36||Elections||Eliminates the current election system|
|CISS||Amendment 37||Utility regulation||Requires certain Colorado utilities to generate their electric power|
|LRSS||Referendum A||Bonds||Exempts about 140 additional state employees from the state civil service system|
|Referendum B||Admin of gov't||Removes provisions that are obsolete|
- 2004 ballot measures
- List of Colorado ballot measures
- Procedures for qualifying an initiative in Colorado
- Laws governing the initiative process in Colorado
- History of Initiative & Referendum in Colorado
- Colorado General Assembly
- List of ballot measures by state
- Secretary of State's 2004 Ballot Measure Information
- 2004 Sample Ballot from Douglas County, Colorado
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