Budget

12 Charts – No. 9: Higher education cuts shift costs to students and families

Type: Budget Watch
Published Date: November 20, 2014
Author: Edmonds, Chris

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12 Charts – Nos. 6 and 7: Colorado taxes and spends less than almost every other state

Type: Budget Watch
Published Date: November 20, 2014
Author: Edmonds, Chris

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Colorado taxes and spends less

12 Charts – Nos. 4 and 5: Two examples of structural problems with Colorado's taxes

Type: Budget Watch
Published Date: November 20, 2014
Author: Edmonds, Chris

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Structural problems

12 Charts – No. 3: Where the General Fund spending goes

Type: Budget Watch
Published Date: November 20, 2014
Author: Edmonds, Chris

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GF spending

Get a handle on Colorado's fiscal challenges with our '12 Charts'

Type: Email Communications
Published Date: November 20, 2014
Author: Edmonds, Chris

12 charts logoAs legislators begin to write the budget, state economists are projecting that General Fund revenues will exceed the TABOR/Ref C limit. It has been more than a decade since Colorado last hit the TABOR limit, but the consequences are clear: Colorado will be returning tax dollars before restoring the cuts made to vital services.

Colorado's Fiscal Challenges in 12 Charts

Type: Budget Watch
Published Date: November 20, 2014
Author: Edmonds, Chris

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12 Charts

12 Charts – Nos. 1 and 2: General Fund: How much and from where

Type: Budget Watch
Published Date: November 20, 2014
Author: Edmonds, Chris

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General Fund

Your voice and your vote matter, so take a moment to turn in your ballot

Type: Email Communications
Published Date: November 3, 2014
Author: Watt, Joe

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.

Need help understanding your ballot? Our guides explain the measures

Type: Email Communications
Published Date: October 29, 2014
Author: Watt, Joe

There's still plenty of time to vote, but state officials recommend that you mail your ballot by Thursday to ensure that it arrives by Election Day, which is Tuesday, Nov. 4.

If you can't get yours in the mail in time, you can drop it off up until 7 p.m. Election Day at a polling center or other dropoff locations. Click here for a map with  locations.

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