[REGIONAL NEWS] The procrastinator’s guide to the 2019 election in Colorado

\DENVER, CO – MAY 7: Election judge Adam Ballinger, collects ballots from cars at the drive-through drop-off location in front of the City and County Building. \Photo By Kathryn Scott/Special to The Denver Post

Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 5 — polls close at 7 p.m.

By Jon Murray | The Denver Post

Ballots are due in Colorado’s fall 2019 election on Tuesday, Nov. 5 for issues ranging from TABOR tax refunds and sports betting to local issues and school board races.

There’s still time to cast an informed ballot, but remember that it’s too late to mail it in. Here’s a quick guide to get you up to speed before you vote. (You can check out our 2019 voter guide, too, for more coverage.)

Colorado ballot measures

• Proposition CC (TABOR tax refunds): Sorting out the arguments for and against TABOR measure | Pivotal Colorado tax question could hinge on three words

• Proposition DD (sports betting tax): Voter’s guide to sports betting ballot question | Coloradans don’t want another Vegas, but sports betting has a chance

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