Here are the latest election results for Denver’s 2020 ballot measures

We voted on sales taxes for climate change and homelessness, pit bulls, public internet, city council powers and a bunch of other stuff.

Hank Murphy and Deedee cast a ballot for the November, 2020 election outside of the Carla Madison Rec Center on Colfax Avenue. Oct. 16, 2020.

Hank Murphy and Deedee cast a ballot for the November, 2020 election outside of the Carla Madison Rec Center on Colfax Avenue. Oct. 16, 2020.

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We know. Your ballot was really long this year. Denver’s dozen ballot measures were one reason for that. Sorry? The good news is that more ballot measures mean more democracy. Good job.

Below are the latest results from the Denver Elections Division. These results are unofficial! City workers are still counting votes and the results will not be certified until later this month. In the meantime, these results will be updated every time Denver Elections updates its data.

And in case you haven’t memorized which letter goes with which measure, here’s a key to help you navigate the results below.

🌎 2A: Sales tax increase to fight climate change

⛺️ 2B: Sales tax increase to fund services for people experiencing homelessness

👩‍💼 2C: Letting city council procure professional services

🚌 2D: Creating a board for the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure

🙅 2E: Giving city council some say in mayoral appointments

✍🏽 2F: Removing outdated language from the charter

💸 2G: Giving city council more control of the budget

📡 2H: Municipal internet

☝🏽 2I: Clerk and Recorder appointments

🐕 2J: Allowing pit bulls

👨🏿‍🏫 4A: Increasing property taxes for teacher raises, more

🔨 4B: Borrowing money for DPS maintenance

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