Eye on the Ballot
The results are in!
After a thoughtful and complicated election season, this is how we scored. The voters carefully weighed in and stood with the vast majority of our positions. We take a grace of 5 extra points for our score for our increased activity and participation in communicating these ballot measures to our business community, as well as adding an additional framework to our policy statement, further emphasizing the importance of affordability and safety to our members.
Overall Grade: B
HOW THE BOULDER CHAMBER ARRIVED AT THESE POSITIONS: The Boulder Chamber is appreciative of the viewpoints offered to us by our membership, Community Affairs Council (CAC) and our Board of Directors. Throughout the year, the Boulder Chamber Policy Programs team seeks the opinion of local business leaders on policy matters, ultimately sharing this input with our CAC and Board of Directors to determine our position on ballot measures that impact the Boulder business community.
For more information on the Boulder Chamber’s ballot positions please contact Senior Director of Policy Programs, Jonathan Singer, at email@example.com or Policy Programs Specialist, Devin Edgley, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get More Information on Each Ballot Measure
- Colorado Proposition HH: Property Taxes
- Boulder County Issue 1B: Affordable Housing Tax Extension and Revenue Change
- City of Boulder Issue 2A: Arts/General Fund Tax - Repurpose and Extension
- City of Boulder Ballot Question 302: Safe Zones for Kids
Boulder Chamber City Council Forum
With Boulder's first head-to-head race for mayor and four council seats in contention, this year's election results will have a broad-reaching impact on business interests and other policy concerns for our community.
Our 2023 City Council and Mayoral Candidate Partner Question Responses are available now!
Election Day is November 7!
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2023 Local Election Voting and Registration Information
The General Election will be held on Tuesday, November 7, 2023.
Did you know this will be the first time we vote for our Mayor? The method for electing our Mayor is a little different. To ensure your vote counts regarding Ranked Choice Voting, please check out this link from Boulder County.
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