November 2nd is just around the corner. This year's general election includes a race for governor, and several ballot measures that may dramatically change the services provided by local and state governments. Make sure to get out and vote and let your voice be heard. Here are some helpful election resources:
2010 Ballot Initiatives - a list of initiatives and referendums on the November ballot with links to the text of each proposal from the Secretary of State's Office.
2010 Voter Information Guide - general information on voting in Colorado.
Voter Registration - Verify or update your registration
Blue Book - Ballot information from the Colorado General Assembly. Also available in audio.
Fiscal Impact Statements - analysis from the Colorado Legislative Council on the impacts ballot measures will have on the budget.
Judicial Performance Evaluations - performance reviews for district, county, supreme court and court of appeals judges on the 2010 ballot.
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