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Proposition 113:
Adopt Agreement to Elect U.S. President By National Popular Vote


 

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A Denver Decides Ballot Issue Forum in anticipation of the general election coming up on Tuesday, November 3rd. Proposition 113, if approved, would enter Colorado into an agreement among states to elect the President of the United States by a national popular vote once enough states join the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact. In this forum, Joe McClosey, former Colorado State Representative and current consultant to Proposition 113, speaks in favor of the proposition, and D.K. Williams former State Chairman and Legislative Director of the Libertarian Party of Colorado, speaks against Proposition 113.
 


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Proposition 113 (STATUTORY)

Shall the following Act of the General Assembly be approved: An Act concerning adoption of an agreement among the states to elect the President of the United States by national popular vote, being Senate Bill No. 19-042?

¿Debe aprobarse la siguiente Ley de la Asamblea General: Una Ley referente a adoptar un acuerdo entre los estados para elegir al Presidente de los Estados Unidos por voto popular nacional, siendo el Proyecto de Ley del Senado Núm. 19-042?

What Your Vote Means

A “yes” vote on Proposition 113 approves a bill passed by the legislature and signed by the Governor joining Colorado with other states as part of an agreement to elect the President of the United States by national popular vote if enough states enter the agreement.

A “no” vote on Proposition 113 rejects a bill passed by the legislature and signed by the Governor and retains Colorado’s current system of awarding all of its electors for the President of the United States to the winner of the Colorado popular vote.