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Ballot Information Booklet (Blue Book)

The purpose of the ballot information booklet is to provide voters with the text, title, and a fair and impartial analysis of each initiated or referred constitutional amendment, law, or question on the ballot.  The analysis must include a summary of the measure, the major arguments both for and against the measure, and a brief fiscal assessment of the measure.  The analysis may also include any other information that will help voters understand the purpose and effect of a measure.

2020 Ballot Information
English Español* Fiscal Impact Statements / Estimaciones del Impacto Fiscal
2020 Blue Book 2020 Folleto Informativo 2020 Fiscal Impact Statements


Historic Ballot Information
Judicial performance evaluations are published in even-numbered years.
Past judicial performance reviews can be found here.
English Español * Fiscal Impact Statements / Estimaciones del Impacto Fiscal
2019 Blue Book 2019 Folleto Informativo 2019 Fiscal Impact Statements
2018 Blue Book 2018 Folleto Informativo 2018 Fiscal Impact Statements
2016 Blue Book 2016 Folleto Informativo 2016 Fiscal Impact Statements
2015 Blue Book 2015 Folleto Informativo 2015 Fiscal Impact Statements
2014 Blue Book 2014 Folleto Informativo 2014 Fiscal Impact Statements
2013 Blue Book 2013 Folleto Informativo 2013 Fiscal Impact Statements
2012 Blue Book 2012 Folleto Informativo 2012 Fiscal Impact Statements
Blue Books, 1954-2011

* Pursuant to Section 203 of the federal Voting Rights Act, Legislative Council Staff translates election information into languages other than English when the number of United States citizens of voting age in a single language group within the county:

  • is more than 10,000; or
  • is more than five percent of all voting age citizens; or
  • on an Indian reservation, exceeds five percent of all reservation residents; and 
  • the illiteracy rate of the group is higher than the national illiteracy rate.

Legislative Council Staff follows the determination of the U.S. Department of Justice as to which counties are subject to this requirement.  In 2020, Spanish language assistance is required for Conejos, Costilla, Denver, and Saguache counties, and Ute language assistance is required for Montezuma County. The Montezuma County Clerk is the point of contact for Ute language assistance.