1-3-107. Party platforms
Overview of Statute
Any assembly of any political party may publish a platform which the assembly represents.
(1) Any assembly or convention of any political party may formulate, adopt, and publish a platform for the political subdivision which the assembly or convention represents.
Source: L. 80: Entire article R&RE, p. 321, § 1, effective January 1, 1981.L. 85: (2) repealed, p. 270, § 37, effective May 31.L. 92: Entire article amended, p. 672, § 3, effective January 1, 1993.
Editor’s note: This section is similar to former § 1-14-111 as it existed prior to 1980.
- Ballot Access
- Regulation of Party Committees
1. Definition for Political party
Any group of registered electors who, by petition or assembly, nominate candidates for the official general election ballot. “Political party” includes affiliated party organizations at the state, county, and election district levels, and all such affiliates are considered to be a single entity for the purposes of this article, except as otherwise provided in section 7. Section 2(13) of article XXVIII of the state constitution.
2. Definition for Political subdivision
A governing subdivision of the state, including counties, municipalities, school districts, and special districts. C.R.S. § 1-7.5-103.
3. Definition for Section
A bound compilation of initiative forms approved by the secretary of state, which shall include pages that contain the warning required by section 1-40-110 (1), the ballot title, the abstract required by section 1-40-110 (3), and a copy of the proposed measure; succeeding pages that contain the warning, the ballot title, and ruled lines numbered consecutively for registered electors’ signatures; and a final page that contains the affidavit required by section 1-40-111 (2). Each section shall be consecutively prenumbered by the petitioner prior to circulation.