Thunderstruck: Election 2016’s Shocking Results
Arapahoe Pinnacle Staff
Amendment 69: ColoradoCare is a No Go
Colorado Voters vote against amendment 69 the universal health care plan that would replace most private insurances with a state-ran, single-paid insurance known as ColoradoCare.
Colorado Minimum Wage Hike Passes
48 of Colorado's 64 counties reported results early morning Wednesday, with 54.4 percent in favor of the measure, and 45.5 percent against
Encore! Encore! SCFD Gets Renewed
The extension of the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District's .01 percent sales tax for Denver’s arts and culture passed with flying colors on Tuesday.
Landslide Victory For Proposition 106: The Power To Choose Your Ending
Coloradans will now have a choice when to end their life and pain if facing a terminal illness.
Views from an Anti-Trump Protest
With anti-Trump marches and vigils seemingly happening every day since the election, Denver's own take to the streets.
Inside the Polling Place
There are countless polling places in the greater Denver area; many of them are schools, churches, libraries, and even some nursing homes. While many polling sites are non-profit, they still have business to keep up with and the election affects that sometimes. I observed the Southglenn library polling and ballot drop-off site on election day, and investigated exactly how the election has affected...
Not Your Typical Trump Supporter
My interview with Brandon Wood.
Minorities for Trump? When Hell Freezes Over and Pigs Fly
Where to turn now for minorities that voted for Hillary Clinton
How Did We Feel About the Election Cycle?
The feelings people were feeling up to the election itself were strong no matter which side you asked.
Amendment 70: Raising Minimum Wage Instills Maximum Stress on Colorado Families
$8.31 per hour. That was Colorado's minimum wage before Amendment 70 passed on Wednesday, November 9th. This proposed bill passed with 54 % of the vote and is set to raise the minimum wage 90 cents every January until it caps out at the $12 per hour limit set for 2020. When I asked families around my job how they felt about it, I got a mixed poll. More than half of the employees who...
The People React to Amendment 69
On election day, I got the chance to go around and ask people questions on how they truly felt about the new amendments that were being presented to Coloradans. The responses were overwhelmingly negative.
What Were Voters in Littleton Thinking Pre-Election?
Prior to one of most stunning, strangest and wackiest elections many Americans will ever witness, the thoughts of voters were a hot topic of inquiry.
Colorado Says ‘No’ to Tobacco Tax Increase
Amendment 72, the cigarette tax hike proposal, failed to pass as of early Wednesday morning. According to The New York Times, about 53% of voters in Colorado gave 72 a "nay" with all precincts reporting. Denver and Boulder counties contributed to the strongest support for 72, with “yes” votes accounting for about 60% of the votes in each county, respectively. Michelle Lyng, who is a spok...