Tuesday’s election results will determine the next governor of Colorado, which party controls the state legislature, and how much money elected officials will have to spend on schools, roads, and other budget priorities.
Voters’ decisions will have large implications for schools, teachers, students, and parents. We’ve been tracking these races for months, including the third attempt in recent years to pass a statewide tax increase for education, and we’ll be updating our site throughout the evening.
Check out all of our Election Day coverage below. This page will continually be refreshed with live stories and results.
- Amendment 73, to pump more money into Colorado school funding, defeated by significant margin
- Aurora voters pass local school tax request
- Westminster poised to narrowly pass increase in local taxes for schools, teacher salaries
- Jeffco voters backing teacher pay measure, rejecting bond issue to repair school buildings
- Colorado’s next governor, Democrat Jared Polis, now will try to deliver on a bold promise
- Two incumbents hold Colorado State Board of Education seats