Ballot measure reports
Rocky Mountain News
December 6, 2002
• Amendment 31 (bilingual education): English
Plus, which opposed the
measure, raised about $3.2 million, including $29,132 in the last
reporting period from Oct. 24-Nov. 30. Supporters reported raising
$480,640 in their October filing. They hadn't filed a report Thursday but
said very few additional dollars were collected in the latest period.
• Amendment 30 backers said their final numbers aren't available yet,
but spokesman Dave Minshall said there were "no major last minute"
transactions. In its October filing, the campaign reported $1.1 million in
cash and in-kind contributions. Opponents, Coloradans for Fair Elections,
reported raising no new money during the last reporting period and said
their total contributions were $18,585.
• Amendments 27, (campaign finance reform), 28 (mail ballot elections),
29 (replacing precinct caucuses with primary elections) and 30 (election
day voter registration):
• Amendment 27 supporters raised about $205,000 in cash and in-kind
• Citizens for Honest Elections opposed Amendment 27. It reported
raising $62,135, including $6,185 in the last reporting period.
• Bighorn Ballot, supporters of Amendment 28 and Amendment 29,
latest filing was not available. In the October filing, Bighorn reported
$1,552,047 in financial and in-kind contributions.
• The No on 28 Committee reported raising and spending $2,210.
• Save the Caucus, which opposed Amendment 29, raised "around
$7,000 or $8,000," said former Democratic state chairman Phil