Investing in kids—investing in Colorado

With Amendment 66 Colorado can make a commitment to the next generation to make our schools better. If you vote Yes on 66 we can reduce class sizes, provide more one-on-one attention for all students, and ensure that new money is used only for education reforms or enhancements to existing programs.

Additional revenue to make Colorado’s P-12 system tops in the nation

Amendment 66 asks voters to approve an income-tax increase to raise money for P-12 education, while keeping Colorado’s tax burden among the lowest in the country. Amendment 66 would raise $950 million for our schools—and cost the average Colorado family around $133 per year.

If Colorado Votes YES ON 66:

  • Schools can hire thousands of new teachers to reduce class sizes
  • Teachers can provide students with the one-on-one time they need
  • Taxpayers will have confidence that new money is used only for education reforms or enhancements to existing programs
  • Districts will have more flexibility to restore funding for art and music classes, sports programs and transportation