June 19, 2024

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Cash pours in for Colorado ballot measures, school board races

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Story first appeared in The Unaffiliated

Four issue committees opposing Proposition HH, the 10-year property tax relief plan on the November ballot, raised nearly $1.2 million and had spent $307,000 through Aug. 30, according to campaign finance reports filed with the state. 

No on HH, the main committee fighting the measure, has raised and spent the most cash of any group working on the initiative, at about $1 million raised and $200,000 spent through last month.

Most of the committee’s money has come from two conservative dark-money political nonprofits. Advance Colorado Action and Defend Colorado each donated $500,000 to No on HH on Aug. 11. 

The Colorado Sun defines dark-money groups as political nonprofits that don’t disclose their donors. 

No on HH’s biggest expense in August was about…

Sandra Fish

2023-09-11 04:10:00

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