Boulder was the largest city in Colorado to not directly elect its Mayor. Measure 2E allows voters to elect their mayor using Ranked Choice Voting.
Ranked Choice Voting
Currently, Boulder’s Mayor is selected by the City Council, not the citizens. Measure 2E lets the citizens of Boulder directly elect the Mayor. To be sure that a majority of the citizens support the winner, it would implement Ranked Choice Voting for the mayoral election.
Type: Legislative Referral
Category: Ranked Choice Voting
Policy summary: Direct election of the Mayor, with Ranked Choice Voting
Status: Passed with 78% of the vote.