2021 Ballot Measures

Read the Tabor Notice - Submit a Pro/Con Comment

Read Lafayette Ballot Issues 2B and 2C. Submit your Pro or Con comments to Lynnette Beck no later than noon on Friday, Sept. 17, 2021.

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Fair Campaign Practices; Enforcement of Municipal Campaign Finance Complaints: This initiative provides the legal framework and process for individuals to file complaints with the City Clerk regarding violations of the Colorado Fair Campaign Practices Act in city elections. READ the full language of Ordinance No. 12, Series 2021 setting the ballot  language and title.

Amendments to the Home Rule Charter Pertaining to Gender Neutral References: Proposes amendments to the Home Rule Charter to remove masculine and feminine pronouns and replace them with neutral, gender-free designations. READ the full language of Ordinance No. 13, Series 2021 setting the ballot  language and title

Amendments to the Home Rule Charter Pertaining to Removal of Archaic Language: Proposes amendments to the Home Rule Charter to remove and replace archaic language with more modern terminology, including certain instances of the word “citizen” and the term “master.”  READ the full language of Ordinance No. 14, Series 2021 setting the ballot  language and title.

Amendment to the Home Rule Charter to Shorten the Residency Qualification for City Councilors to One Year: Proposes an amendment to the Home Rule Charter to align the residency qualification for City Councilors with statutory provisions. Section 5.1 of the Charter states that a Councilor must be a resident of the City for at least one year immediately prior to the last day for filing original petitions for such office. This requirement is in conflict with, and longer than, statutory provisions requiring residency for one year immediately prior to the date of the election. READ the full language of Ordinance No. 15, Series 2021 setting the ballot  language and title.