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Denver Ballot Issue Election Results 2018: Almost Everything Wins

Denver City Council President Jolon Clark was the lead proponent for victorious Referred Measure 2A, a sales tax to benefit parks in the community.
Denver City Council President Jolon Clark was the lead proponent for victorious Referred Measure 2A, a sales tax to benefit parks in the community. Facebook

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State representative Leslie Herod backed Initiated Ordinance 301, which cruised to an easy victory. - FILE PHOTO
State representative Leslie Herod backed Initiated Ordinance 301, which cruised to an easy victory.
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Referred Measure 2A

YES/FOR — 93,779 votes
61.32 percent
NO/AGAINST — 59,143 votes
38.68 percent

Referred Measure 2B

YES/FOR — 85,518 votes
58.86 percent
NO/AGAINST — 59,779 votes
41.14 percent

Referred Measure 2C

YES/FOR — 107,524 votes
73.71 percent
NO/AGAINST — 38,357 votes
26.29 percent

Referred Measure 2D

YES/FOR — 88,593 votes
63.11 percent
NO/AGAINST — 51,793 votes
36.89 percent

Referred Measure 2E

YES/FOR —103,905 votes
69.18 percent
NO/AGAINST — 46,286 votes
30.82 percent

Initiated Ordinance 300

YES/FOR — 76,363 votes
49.86 percent
NO/AGAINST — 76,793 votes
50.14 percent

Initiated Ordinance 301

YES/FOR — 105,171 votes
67.96 percent
NO/AGAINST — 49,587 votes
32.04 percent

Initiated Ordinance 302

YES/FOR — 87,288 votes
57.26 percent
NO/AGAINST — 65,157 votes
42.74 percent

Urban Drainage and Flood Control District Ballot Issue 7G

YES/FOR — 90,971 votes
59.91 percent
NO/AGAINST — 60,887 votes
40.09 percent
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