General Election Ballot
Presidential Electors1. George W. Bush/Dick Cheney – Republican2. John F. Kerry/John Edwards – Democratic3. Michael Badnarik/Richard V. Campagna – Libertarian4. David Cobb/Patricia LaMarche – Green5. Ralph Nader/Peter Miguel Camejo – Colorado Reform6. Michael Anthony Peroutka/Chuck Baldwin – American Constitution7. Gene Amondson/Leroy Pletten – Concerns of People8. Stanford E. Andress (Andy)/Irene M. Deasy – Unaffiliated9. Walter F. Brown/Mary Cal Hollis – Socialist10. Earl F. Dodge/Howard L. Lydick – Prohibition11. James E. Harris/Margaret Trowe – Socialist Workers12. Bill Van Auken/Jim Lawrence – Socialist EqualityU.S. Senator1. Pete Coors – Republican2. Ken Salazar – Democratic3. Victor Good – Colorado Reform4. Douglas “Dayhorse” Campbell -American Constitution5. Richard Randall – Libertarian6. John R. Harris – Independent7. Finn Gotaas – UnaffiliatedRepresentative to the 109th U.S. Congress District 21. Mark Udall – Democratic2. Stephen M. Hackman – Republican3. Norm Olsen – LibertarianRegent of the University of Colorado1. Jennifer Mello – Democratic2. Steve Bosley – Republican3. Daniel Ong – LibertarianState Representative – District 561. Gary Lindstrom – Democratic2. Heather Lemon – RepublicanDistrict Attorney – 5th Judicial District1. Bruce Brown – Democratic2. Mark Hurlbert – RepublicanCourt of Appeals1. Shall Judge James S. Casebolt of the Colorado Court of Appeals be retained in office?2. Shall Judge Dennis A. Graham of the Colorado Court of Appeals be retained in office?3. Shall Judge Arthur P. Roy of the Colorado Court of Appeals be retained in office?4. Shall Judge Daniel Marc Taubman of the Colorado Court of Appeals be retained in office?5. Shall Judge John R. Webb of the Colorado Court of Appeals be retained in office?District Judge – 5th Judicial District1. Shall Judge David R. Lass of the 5th Judicial District be retained in office?2. Shall Judge R. Thomas Moorhead of the 5th Judicial District be retained in office?3. Shall Judge W. Terry Ruckriegle of the 5th Judicial District be retained in office?State Constitutional Amendments• Amendment 34: Construction liability – Asks voters to amend rules established by the state legislature in 2003 (House Bill 1161) that provides caps for liability claims on shoddy construction. The amendment seeks to remove limits on a property owner’s right to recover damages.• Amendment 35: Tobacco tax increase – Asks voters to raise the tax consumers pay for cigarettes from 20 cents per pack to 80 cents. The money would be used for state health programs.• Amendment 36: Selection of presidential electors – Asks voters to eliminate the state’s “winner-take-all” system of casting presidential electoral votes. If the amendment is adopted, Colorado would become the first state to apportion its nine electoral votes according to the results of the popular vote.• Amendment 37: Renewable energy requirement – Asks voters to increase the amount of renewable energy – wind, solar and water – that large energy providers will be required to make available to consumers over the next 10 years, seeking to increase renewable energy production by 10 percent by 2015. State Referendums• Referendum B: This referendum requires a bit of housekeeping from lawmakers. It seeks to eliminate obsolete provisions of the state constitution contained in Articles IV, VII and IX.• Referendum A: This referendum will revamp the state’s personnel system.- Daily News staff report
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