By Rachel Sapin
March 23, 2016
The “Raise the Bar” initiative would make collecting those signatures more difficult by requiring that signatures come from 2 percent of registered voters in all of the state’s 35 Senate districts. The measure would also require a 55-percent majority in a statewide vote in order for the measure to pass instead of the 51-percent majority in place right now.
AURORA | Some of Aurora’s elected and business leaders are backing a ballot measure that would make it harder to amend the state constitution.
A ballot initiative known as “Raise the Bar, Protect our Constitution” wants ballot measures to be more representative of voters across the state, and not just a majority of voters along the Front Range.