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Denver Decides will host a live Runoff forum for this ballot issue on Thursday, May 23, 2019, at the Denver Art Museum Sharp Auditorium. The Initiative 302 forum will begin at 8:15 p.m. The forum is free and open to the public. Seating is first come, first served. The video of that forum will be made available here on the following day.

Initiative 302

Shall the voters of the City and County of Denver enact a measure prohibiting the use of public monies, resources, or fiscal guarantees in connection with any future Olympic Games, without the City first obtaining voter approval at a regularly scheduled municipal election or special election should the City decide to use public monies, resources, or guarantees for this purpose?

Ordenanza por Iniciativa 302

¿Deberían los votantes de la Ciudad y el Condado de Denver promulgar una medida que prohíba el uso de los fondos y los recursos públicos o las garantías fiscales en relación con los futuros Juegos Olímpicos sin que la Ciudad primero obtenga la aprobación de los votantes en una elección municipal regularmente programada o en una elección especial si la Ciudad decide usar los fondos y los recursos públicos o las garantías fiscales con ese fin?

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