2020 Ballot Measure: 2E - Direct Election of the Mayor
Boulder voters will consider a variety of measures on the Nov. 3, 2020, election, including this one. Visit election information for a complete list of ballot measures and other information.
Charter Amendments Related to Direct Election of the Mayor
Shall Article II, Sections 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 14, and 15 of the Boulder City Charter be amended to provide for the direct election of the mayor by ranked choice (instant runoff) voting?
For the Measure _____ Against the Measure _____
- View the memo and other materials related to the ordinance to place this issue on the November 2020 ballot, including additional information about the topic.
- View the ordinance approved by City Council
Ask Questions About this Ballot Measure
This year, Boulder voters will vote on five city ballot items. For consistency and transparency, the city is answering all questions related to ballot measures through Be Heard Boulder. Use Be Heard Boulder pages to ask questions about the measures and get factual answers from city staff.
Under the Fair Campaign Practices Act, the city is limited to the information we can provide during election season. We will not provide opinion or analysis, but we will provide factual information to help inform your decisions.