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2024 Initiative Filings

The November 5, 2024 election promises to be the longest ballot in Colorado history.  There are over fifty ballot initiatives.  Two had signatures verified and on the ballot.  Twenty-four are out for petition circulation. Seventeen are in pending Supreme Court action. Sixteen have the title set but not yet approved for petition circulation.

This does not include the referred questions from the state legislature or the City and County of Denver.

The Denver Clerk and Recorder, Paul Lopez on May 2, 2024 estimated the ballot for Denver will be eight pages long.

       List of Initiatives and their Status

2024 Referred Ballot Measurers

The Colorado legislature has placed the following measures on the November 5, 2024 election ballot.


Repeal of the state constitutional ban on same sex marriage.  SCR24-003


6.5% tax on the sale of firearms and ammunition.  HB24-1349


Deny the right to bail to those charged with first-degree murder when proof is evident (reverses a state Supreme Court decision).  HCR24-1002


Allow the state to keep $29 million in sports betting tax revenue that exceed the amount forecast in Proposition DD.  HB24-1349


Accelerate timelines for filing referendum petitions and publishing information about the measures, among other election calendar changes.  SCR24-002

First Congressional Assembly Results

 Congressional Designation to Primary 

                    Valdamar Archuleta      63 Votes     74.1%
                    Lawrence Davis            15 Votes     17.6%
                    Marla Fernandez            7 Votes       8.2%

                    Valdamar Archuleta is designated to the 
                    June 25, 2024 Republican primary ballot.

         Election of National Delegates
                    Michael DiManna
                    Johnnie Johnson
                    Steve Barlock

                    Susan Childress       - Alternate 1
                    Mark Barlock            - Alternate 2
                    Hugo Chavez-Rey    - Alternate 3

                   These six people are all the Trump slate.

Denver GOP County Assembly Results

         Delegates Elected to the State Assembly and Convention

         Resolutions Passed

         Resolutions Voting Results
Presidential Primary Election Results
March 5, 2024

       Colorado Statewide Results
       City and County of Denver Results

Find My Precinct

To find your precinct number, click: Find my Voter Registration


Enter your information, check “I’m not a robot”, and click search.

Click on "County & District Information" to find your precinct number. Your precinct number is the last three digits of the 10-digit precinct number.

Sign Up for Colorado Ballottrax

The BallotTrax system tracks the status of your mail ballot and sends a series of alerts notifying you where your ballot is in the election process, from sent to counted!

Sign up at: Colorado Ballottrax

Republican Principles


There have been many times that we have been asked what do Republicans stand for?  The media has often twisted our principles based on their own corrupt narratives.  We at the Denver Republican Party have identified twelve core principles and reduced their description to two pages.  Our principles are provided in a PDF format at this link:


Denver Party - Republican Principles

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