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Just Vote! Colorado Election Protection does not support candidates or ballot measures. However, we do want to make sure that voters have everything they need to make the most informed decision at the ballot box. Here are some nonpartisan resources we think might help.
Colorado Legislative Council's Blue Book
The purpose of the ballot information booklet is to provide voters with the text, title, and a fair and impartial analysis of each initiated or referred constitutional amendment, law, or question on the ballot. The analysis includes a summary of the measure, the major arguments both for and against the measure, and a brief fiscal assessment of the measure. The blue book is drafted by the Colorado Legislative Council's nonpartisan staff.
League of Women Voter's Vote411.org
Use this website to find your polling place, see the races on your ballot, and compare candidates' positions side-by-side.
TRACER Official State of Colorado Campaign Finance System
Use this system to search contributions and expenditures by candidate committees, ballot issues committees, and Super PACs operating in Colorado.
Project Vote Smart's "Vote Easy"
This is a nonpartisan tool that assists voters in matching political views with the candidates that share them.
BallotReady is a non-partisan online voter guide that provides personalized, easy to use, and accessible information about your ballot. From federal all the way down to local races, BallotReady helps voters compare candidates based on stances on issues, biography, and endorsements.
Change Politics allows voters to not only see the candidates running for federal, state and local races, but also allows voters to endorse candidates. Testimonials come from regular voters, not just organizations or other politicians. Think of it as Yelp for politics.
As more resources become available, we will post them here. Please contact us if you would like to see something added.