Minimum-wage workers in Colorado will get a voter-approved raise in January, but where their additional cents will come from still remains to be seen.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, these professions earn, on average, less than $12 an hour.
We've got your guide to all those ballot measures and how to make decisions about less prominent races like judges, regents and RTD board.
Denverite can help you understand these and all your Colorado and Denver ballot measures if you haven't cast your ballot yet.
Amendment 70 would gradually increase Colorado's minimum wage to $12 an hour by 2020, with annual cost-of-living increases after that.
Edwin Zoe, owner of Chinese restaurants in Denver and Boulder, took to Facebook to ask for support on Amendment 70.
Raising Colorado's minimum wage to $12 by 2020 would be a net positive for the state, according to a new report from the University of Denver.
Louisville-based Magellan Strategies dropped some insight Wednesday into four statewide measures on the November ballot.
Here's what's on the ballot and what's still awaiting approval from the Colorado Secretary of State's Office.
Denver is home to two of the seven private studios around the country that record audiobooks for the National Library Service.