Colorado voters will decide on two statewide ballot measures in the upcoming election. Proposition HH asks voters to allow the state to keep surplus tax revenue and lower property tax rates for 10 years, with funds being spent on education and rental assistance. Proposition II would allow the state to keep and spend $23.7 million in tax revenue from tobacco and nicotine products for preschool programs. Both measures involve Colorado's Taxpayer Bill of Rights. Polls close at 7 p.m. MST, and the Associated Press will provide coverage. Colorado is an all vote-by-mail state, with a total of 4.4 million registered voters.
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