Highlights and News

Nov 6, 2014

Your votes counted – Here's how ballot measures fared

In the days leading up to Election Day, we encouraged you to vote and offered our analyses on statewide ballot measures and on Denver Measure 2A.

Voting is the very foundation of our democracy, and your votes counted. Here's how the measures fared (latest tallies available):

Amendment 67: Definition of a Person and Child
Bell's position: Oppose

No: 64.6 percent
Yes: 35.3 percent

Amendment 68: Horse Racetrack Casino Gambling
Bell's position: Oppose

No: 70.6 percent
Yes: 29.3 percent

Nov 4, 2014

Coloradans have been voting for 153 years - don't miss out

Coloradans have been voting since before Colorado became a state. The first general election in the newly formed territory, in 1861, was to select a delegate to Congress and members of the Territorial Legislature. In that election, 9,597 votes were cast. 153 years later, we still enjoy the privilege of participating in this civic process.

Vote today – if you haven't already – and be part of the history we share with Coloradans who came before us.

Nov 3, 2014

Voting is a cherished right – you can shape the future

Election Day is tomorrow, but you still have time to get your ballot in.

Your vote counts – voting is the very foundation of our democracy. Don't miss your opportunity to have your voice heard and shape the future.

It's too late to mail your ballot, but you can take your ballot to a polling center or drop-off location in your county. Click here to find a location. Ballots must be submitted by 7 p.m. Tuesday.

The Bell has produced a ballot guide and analyses to help you understand the measures on the ballot.

Oct 31, 2014

Reports study barriers in reaching uninsured Coloradans

In Colorado, cost is the biggest deterrent to buying health insurance. This finding comes from two reports sponsored by the Colorado Health Foundation that were released last month.

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