The 2022 midterms on Nov. 8 will be critical for determining our environmental future. In addition to choosing our next leaders, Colorado voters also have the opportunity to weigh in directly on several ballot measures. This year, Conservation Colorado has taken positions on five ballot measures that will have consequences for our climate, lands, air, water, and communities. Three are statewide, and two are specific to Denver.
Our leadership is also at stake, and Colorado needs pro-conservation leaders who will act on climate change, protect public lands and wildlife habitat, secure our water supply, and clean up our air. You can find out which candidates Conservation Colorado has endorsed here.
If you enjoy the privilege of being able to vote in Colorado, YOU can have a say in these important decisions. Make a plan to vote and turn in your ballot by Nov. 8. Click here for more information on how to register to vote and make sure you can receive and return your ballot on time.
Statewide Ballot Measures
Denver Ballot Measures
To see our full list of endorsements for statewide offices, State House, State Senate, and County Commission, click here!