Chapter 4.16 - Sales Tax - Article 4 - ElectionChapter 4.16 - Sales Tax - Article 4 - Election
4.16.150 Submission to electors.
Pursuant to Section 29-2-104(3), C.R.S., there being no general election within one hundred and twenty (120) days after the adoption of the resolution codified in this chapter, the sales tax proposal documented in this resolution shall be referred to the qualified and registered electors of Pueblo County at a special election to be held on November 10, 1987, (a date not less than thirty (30) nor more than ninety (90) days after the adoption of said resolution). The question to be submitted to the qualified, registered electors shall be as follows:
Shall a countywide sales tax of Pueblo County, Colorado, at the rate of one percent (1%) be levied and imposed upon the sale of tangible personal property at retail, (except food, and except certain machinery or machine tools, and except electricity, coal, wood, gas, fuel oil, or coke sold to provide residential light, heat, or power, and except all other sales specifically exempt under Colorado law) and the furnishing of services in the county, in accordance with the proposal of the board of county commissioners of Pueblo County, Colorado, adopted and set forth in Resolution No. 87-262 of Pueblo County, said sales tax to become effective January 1, 1988? (Res. 87-262 § 15)
4.16.160 Conduct of election.
The election shall be held, conducted and the results thereof shall be determined, so far as practicable, in conformity with the provisions of the Colorado Election Code of 1980. All registration materials, election materials, ballot cards, absentee voting materials, notices, forms and instructions may be made available in Spanish as well as English, and Spanish- language voter assistance may be made available at the County Clerk and Recorder’s Office and at the polling places. (Res. 87-262 § 16)