Road to Legalization: How we voted

By: Staff reports
April 27, 2014 Updated: April 27, 2014 at 2:05 pm
0
photo - Lacey Kirk shows some of different strains of marijuana available Wednesday, April 2, 2014, at Marisol Therapeutics in Pueblo West. Some strains are better for medical purposes such as arthritis while some are better pleasure. The store has been selling retail marijuana since Jan. 1, 2014, when it became legal in Colorado. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
Lacey Kirk shows some of different strains of marijuana available Wednesday, April 2, 2014, at Marisol Therapeutics in Pueblo West. Some strains are better for medical purposes such as arthritis while some are better pleasure. The store has been selling retail marijuana since Jan. 1, 2014, when it became legal in Colorado. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock) 

HOW WE VOTED

A breakdown of the November 2012 vote on Amendment 64, which legalized marijuana:

State

Yes: 1,383,140 (55.3 percent)

No: 1,116,894 (44.7 percent)

-

El Paso County

Yes: 141,696 (50 percent)

No: 141,686 (50 percent)

-

Denver city/County

Yes: 186,671 (66.3 percent)

No: 94,714 (33.7 percent)

-

Boulder County

Yes: 116,384 (66.4 percent)

No: 58,774 (33.6 percent)

-

Source: Colorado Secretary of State website

Road to Legalization: How we voted

By: Staff reports
Updated: April 27, 2014 at 2:05 pm

HOW WE VOTED A breakdown of the November 2012 vote on Amendment 64, which legalized marijuana: State Yes: 1,383,140 (55.3 percent) No: 1,116,894 (44.7 percent) El Paso County Yes: 141,696 (50 percent) No: 141,686 (50 percent) Denver city/County Yes: 186,671 (66.3 percent) No:...

You've reached your 4 FREE premium stories for this 30 day period*

Already have an account? Login

*A 30 day rolling period starts the day you first visit the site.