For the 1 person out there (somewhere!) who cares, here were the issues on the Colorado ballot, and how I voted. (Because I know you are sitting on the edge of your seat waiting to find out.)
Amendments to futz around with school funding and how they spend money: voted no on all these. Folks, you don’t administer school districts through the initiative process. Geeze.
Amendments to futz around with the state constitution on some things which frankly I don’t know what they’re about and I suspect the authors don’t know either: voted no on all these.
Amendment to define marriage as the union of one man and one woman: Voted yes.
Amendment to extend the legal privileges of marriage to civil unions (of any sort, I think), and also to define marriage as the union of one man and one woman: Voted yes.
Amendment to decriminalize possession of marijuana: Voted yes.
Other amendments: I don’t remember, and I voted no. Colorado does a nice thing for people like me, which is to require all initiatives and amendments and such to have “no” mean “leave things they way they are now”.
The partisan elections in my district were all safe Republican seats, so I voted there with no impact.
In fact, my vote is unlikely to have any impact, because I forgot to register when we moved and so I had to do a provisional ballot. I can find out in December if my vote counts or not. Wheee!