At a glance: 11 measures on Colorado’s 2020 ballot

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At a glance: 11 measures on Colorado’s 2020 ballot

Tax rates, abortion limits, wolves among issues to be decided by voters
Proposition EE: Taxes on Nicotine Products

A Yes vote would raise taxes by up to $294 million annually by imposing a tax on nicotine liquids, e-cigarettes and other vaping products.
Proposition 114: Reintroduction of Gray Wolves

A Yes vote would require Colorado Parks and Wildlife to create a plan to reintroduce and manage the gray wolf by the end of 2023.
Proposition EE: Taxes on Nicotine Products

A Yes vote would raise taxes by up to $294 million annually by imposing a tax on nicotine liquids, e-cigarettes and other vaping products.
Amendment 77: Casino Betting Limits

A Yes vote would allow three towns to set the maximum allowable single bet limit to any amount and to expand the games they provide.

At a glance: 11 measures on Colorado’s 2020 ballot

Proposition EE: Taxes on Nicotine Products

A Yes vote would raise taxes by up to $294 million annually by imposing a tax on nicotine liquids, e-cigarettes and other vaping products.
Proposition 114: Reintroduction of Gray Wolves

A Yes vote would require Colorado Parks and Wildlife to create a plan to reintroduce and manage the gray wolf by the end of 2023.
Proposition EE: Taxes on Nicotine Products

A Yes vote would raise taxes by up to $294 million annually by imposing a tax on nicotine liquids, e-cigarettes and other vaping products.
Amendment 77: Casino Betting Limits

A Yes vote would allow three towns to set the maximum allowable single bet limit to any amount and to expand the games they provide.
Voter information

In Montezuma County, ballots for the Nov. 3 General Election will be mailed out to all active eligible registered electors from Oct. 9-16.
Oct. 26 is the last day for an individual to submit a voter registration application and receive a mailed ballot for the Nov. 3 election.
From Oct. 19 to Nov. 3, voters can register to vote, obtain a replacement ballot or drop off their mail-in ballots in person at the Montezuma County Clerk and Recorder’s Office, 140 W. Main St., Suite 1, Cortez.
In addition to its regular hours, the Clerk and Recorder’s Office Election Department will be open the two Saturdays before the election – Oct. 24 and Oct. 31 – from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. for ballot drop off and replacement ballots.
Drop boxes will be available 24 hours a day from Oct. 12 to Nov. 3 at 7 p.m. at the following addresses:
Montezuma County Clerk & Recorder 140 W. Main St Suite 1, Cortez; Dolores Town Hall 420 Central Ave; Mancos Town Hall 117 N. Main St; and Ute Mountain Tribal Complex Building 124 Mike Wash Road, Towaoc.A ballot box will soon be installed at Cortez City Hall, 123 Roger Smith Ave.On Nov. 3, the Montezuma County Clerk and Recorder’s Office will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at 140 W. Main St., Suite 1, in Cortez.Additional vote service polling centers will be open on Nov. 3 at the Dolores Library, 1002 Railroad Ave.; Mancos Library, 211 W. First St.; and the Ute Mountain Ute Recreation Center, 495 Sunset Blvd., Towaoc.A sample ballot is available for view at https://bit.ly/2FLzjhw.
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