2022 voter guide flyer

Ballot Guide 2022: What to Know Before You Vote

We are excited to share Developmental Pathways’ 2022 Voter Guide! This Colorado Voter Guide, available in English and Spanish, describes the 11 statewide issues on your 2022 ballot. For each measure, we explain what a yes or no vote would mean, so you have the information needed to make an informed vote. Reminder: Ballots must be received by 7 pm on Election Day, Tuesday, November 8!

Click here to download the guide in English.

Click here to download the guide in Spanish.

As a 501c3 organization, we are nonpartisan. We urge you to make sure you are registered to vote, educated on the issues, and vote (by mail, dropbox, or in person). Ballots are due on Tuesday, November 8, and must be received by 7 pm.

You can visit www.govotecolorado.gov for more voting information and FAQs.

Be sure to follow us on social media to stay updated on new materials, information, and upcoming activities and events. Please share the Voter Guide on FacebookInstagramTwitter, and LinkedIn if you feel inclined. We look forward to connecting with you!


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Check out Developmental Pathways’ 2022 CO Voter Guide! It’s available in English and Spanish and describes the 11 statewide issues on your ballot. Click the link to download the guide and access additional information and resources about voting: https://bit.ly/3s3BnGk.


Additional Voting Resources

For more detailed information about ballot measures, check out the Colorado Ballot Information Booklet (Blue Book), which you may have already received in the mail. You can find it online in English, Spanish, or in an audio version.

The purpose of the Blue Book is to provide fair, unbiased information to all voters, but it can sometimes be a bit confusing. Developmental Pathways and many other groups often create voter guides based on the Blue Book to simplify complex issues and encourage dialogue on both sides. We want all voters to feel empowered to make their own choices when voting.

We want to make sure you know about the many resources available to help you understand the ballot. Below you can find additional information about voting, including more Colorado 2022 Voter Guides and trainings:


Watch and share our “My Vote Matters” music video if you haven’t yet. This video was created and released to bring attention to voting rights in the disability community and encourage all Coloradoans, regardless of ability, to register to vote, learn about the candidates and ballot issues, and – most importantly – vote!

To learn more and register to vote in Colorado, visit www.GoVoteColorado.gov.

To learn about voting transportation options for the I/DD community, click here.

If you have any questions about voter engagement, please email Kim Tenure at k.tenure@dpcolo.org.


Thank you and happy voting!