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Election & Voting Information: Election & Voting Information

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November 2, 2021 Statewide Election Day Information

November 2, 2021 Election Results

(As shown on the Mesa County Elections site)


Amendment 78 (Transfers the power over appropriate custodial funds (state revenue not generated through taxes) from the state treasurer to the state legislature): 

55.19% No

44.81% Yes

Proposition 119 (Increases the marijuana retail sales tax by 5% to create and partially fund an out-of-school education program): 

52.55% No

47.45% Yes

Proposition 120 (Reduces the residential and non-residential property tax rates; authorizes the state to retain and spend $25 million in revenue above the state's TABOR spending cap, which it would otherwise be required to refund to taxpayers)

54.92% No

45.08% Yes

Mesa County School District District 51 Director - District C

8.50%    Austin DeWitt 

44.34%  Trish Mahre

47.16%  Andrea Haitz

Mesa County School District 51 Director - District D

47.49%  Nick Allen 

52.51%  Willie Jones

Mesa County School District 51 Director - District E

44.53%  David Coombs

55.47%  Angela Lema

Mesa County Ballot Issue 1A (increase marijuana tax by 5% and money collected goes to fund mental health, substance abuse, and other related services)

52.44% Yes

47.56% No

Mesa County Ballot Issue 1B (allow Mesa County the right to provide telecommunication services, advanced services, and cable television services to residents, businesses, schools, libraries, and non-profit entities with public or private sector partners without increasing taxes)

72.18% Yes

27.82% No

Mesa County Ballot Issue 1C (allow for marijuana cultivation, manufacturing, and testing facilities within unincorporated areas of Mesa County)

53.10% Yes

46.90% No

Voter Education Links

Information for Voters Experiencing Homelessness

YOU CAN REGISTER TO VOTE IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A PERMANENT ADDRESS. You’ll need to provide an address when you register to vote – this is used to assign your voting districts and to send any election mail. Homeless registrants can list a shelter address, or can include the address where they sleep most often, like a street corner or park address. Learn more about voting and homelessness from Nonprofit Vote.

Information for Disabled Voters

If you're disabled and experiencing problems such as:

  • Being denied the right to vote
  • Trying to vote while in a residential facility or group home
  • You were not allowed into a polling place because of a service animal
  • Lack of an accessible voting machine
  • Family, caretakers, or poll workers trying to prevent you from voting

...and any other issues, here is an available contact to seek help: 

Disability Law Colorado

303-722-0300 Voice/TDD
800-288-1376 Toll Free

Information for Felons

In Colorado, your right to vote is automatically restored after release from prison. 

For a list of FAQ's for voters with convictions, visit this website: Voters With Convictions




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