Proposition 112

Esther Honig / KUNC

About 100 people gathered outside the Greeley Chamber of Commerce on Friday to protest a bill that could tighten regulations on the oil and gas industry.  

“It’s just kind of sneaky,” Weld County resident Jolene Luster said about the bill. “We don’t understand it and it’s going to affect a lot of people. And we need to make sure that it doesn’t go through.

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A steady stream of ballots has been flowing into the Secretary of State's office since early voting began in mid-October. Now with just over a week until the election, KUNC’s Brian Larson discusses a few of the ballot questions and the possible change of power at the statehouse with Larimer County Republican Party chair Bob Moraine and Boulder County Democratic Party chair Ellen Burnes.

Courtesy of Walker Stapleton for Governor, Polis for Colorado

A new poll from the University of Colorado reveals what voters think of new oil and gas setbacks, a tax increase for education and their choices for governor.

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He owns a small business that does contract work for some of Colorado’s largest oil and gas companies. She runs a marketing firm from home and lives within a half-mile of three well pads.

She’s voting yes on Proposition 112. He’s voting no.