Coloradans for Prosperity, a deep-pocketed group working to pass Proposition CC on November’s ballot, has been sending people a voter “report card” in an effort to boost turnout.
The report cards grade recipients on their recent voting record compared to their neighbors, urging them to cast their ballots. Some voters have been frustrated by the mailers, however, saying they incorrectly give them a poor mark on their turnout.
“Public records indicate that you voted less often than your neighbors in recent elections,” the mailer reads. “Raise your grade by voting in the 2019 general election in November.”
It also says: “You and thousands of Colorado residents will vote. With so much at stake, it’s critical we vote our values.”
Coloradans for Prosperity is an issue committee that has raised and spent roughly $4 million on the 2019 election cycle. It works to support Democratic causes.