Protect Colorado. Vote NO on 60, 61, & 101

On November 2, we all have to make an critical choice about Colorado’s future. We have to decide how to vote on Amendment 60, Amendment 61, and Proposition 101—dangerous ballot initiatives that threaten our state’s jobs, schools, libraries, hospitals, prisons, roads, and more.

One Colorado urges all Coloradans to vote NO on 60, 61, and 101. Watch this video to learn more—and share it with a friend.

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) Coloradans are vital members of our communities. We have children in public school. We attend colleges across the state. We check out books and use resources from our libraries. We work hard at our jobs. We drive on city avenues, suburban streets, and mountain roads to get where we want to go. We let our voices be heard through our vote.

We are Colorado, each and every one of us, and we are one of many reasons why our state is great. And together, we must stand up and protect the future of our great state by voting no on these harmful ballots.

Why should you care about 60, 61, and 101?

Amendments 60 and 61 and Proposition 101 are harmful individually, but together, they are complex, broad, and full of unintended consequences, including:

  • 72,000 jobs lost statewide.
  • Maintenance on roads halted.
  • Fewer teachers, larger class sizes.
  • No new schools, museums, or universities built.
  • Libraries closed.
  • Services–including snowplowing, restaurant inspections, and 9-1-1 emergency services, threatened.

We know that LGBT Coloradans care about community services since our recent survey revealed that almost half of you give money to human services organizations, including legal or employment services, hunger relief, housing and shelter, recreation, sports and youth development.

We know you want to see Colorado continue to thrive. That’s why we’re asking you to vote NO and to tell your friends to vote NO on Amendments 60 and 61 and Proposition 101. Your vote will ensure a brighter future for all of us.