Just to ensure nothing gets lost in the shuffle, here’s a roundup of stories, explainers and endorsements about what’s on the ballot Nov. 3. And a reminder: Endorsements are made by The Denver Post Editorial Board, which is a separate entity from the newsroom.

Voter Guide • Voting FAQ • Candidate Q&As • Endorsements

Ballot measures

Amendment B: Gallagher repeal and property tax change

Explainer What’s Amendment B: Gallagher repeal and property tax change
Endorsement Yes on Amendment B: The Gallagher Amendment is unworkable, inflexible and ready for repeal

Amendment C: Bingo raffles

Explainer What’s Colorado Amendment C: Bingo and raffle rules

Amendment 76: Voter citizenship

Explainer What’s Colorado Amendment 76: Citizenship of voters

Amendment 77: Local control of gaming

Explainer What’s Colorado Amendment 77: Local control of gaming

Proposition EE: Tobacco and nicotine taxes

Explainer What’s Colorado Proposition EE: Tobacco and nicotine taxes

Proposition 113: National popular vote

Explainer What’s Colorado Proposition 113: National popular vote
Endorsement Yes on Proposition 113 to elect the U.S. president with the national popular vote

Proposition 114: Reintroducing gray wolves

Explainer What’s Colorado Proposition 114: Reintroducing gray wolves
Story In western Colorado, wary ranchers eye wolves’ arrival and fear urban voters will introduce more
Endorsement Yes on gray wolves reintroduction

Proposition 115: Banning abortion at 22 weeks

Explainer What’s Colorado Proposition 115: Banning abortion at 22 weeks
Endorsement Don’t put the government in OBGYN offices; vote “no” on Prop. 115

Proposition 116: Income tax reduction

Explainer What’s Colorado Proposition 116: Income tax reduction

Proposition 117: New state fees

Explainer What’s Colorado Proposition 117: New state fees

Proposition 118: Paid family and medical leave insurance program

Explainer What’s Colorado Proposition 118: Paid family and medical leave insurance program
Story Colorado Proposition 118 would create state-run paid family and medical leave

Other ballot measures

Explainer Denver 2020 ballot: 12 issues for city residents, from taxes to pit bulls
Explainer Denver Issues 4A and 4B: School bond and mill levy override
Explainer Cherry Creek Issues 4A and 4B: School bond measure and mill levy

Candidates

U.S. Senate race

Story Hickenlooper and Gardner run low-visibility campaigns in high-stakes Senate race
Story John Hickenlooper sees a bipartisan future in the Senate. Is that possible?
Candidate Q&A Colorado U.S. Senate candidate Q&A
Endorsement Coloradans know John Hickenlooper — a man ready to serve us in the U.S. Senate

U.S. House District 3

Story Lauren Boebert beat a Colorado congressman. Is she the next GOP star?
Story Diane Mitsch Bush is an unflashy pragmatist. Is she also Colorado’s next congresswoman?
Candidate Q&A Colorado U.S. House District 3 candidate Q&A
Endorsement Diane Mitsch Bush will be a responsive leader for Congressional District 3

U.S. House District 6

Candidate Q&A Colorado U.S. House District 6 candidate Q&A
Endorsement Jason Crow for Colorado’s 6th Congressional District

Denver District Attorney

Candidate Q&A District Attorney 2nd Judicial District candidate Q&A
Endorsement Let Denver DA Beth McCann fight racial bias in prosecution for another four years

Adams/Broomfield District Attorney

Story 17th Judicial District Attorney race: Who will take over fallout from the Elijah McClain case?
Candidate Q&A District Attorney 17th Judicial District candidate Q&A
Endorsement Brian Mason can regain trust after the Elijah McClain case and rebuild a scandal-plagued DA’s office

Arapahoe/Douglas District Attorney

Story 18th Judicial District Attorney race: Republican John Kellner and Democrat Amy Padden face off
Candidate Q&A District Attorney 1st Judicial District candidate Q&A

Jeffco/Gilpin District Attorney

Story 1st Judicial District Attorney race: Two veteran prosecutors face off in Jefferson, Gilpin counties
Candidate Q&A District Attorney 1st Judicial District candidate Q&A
Endorsement Matthew Durkin for district attorney in Jefferson and Gilpin counties

Judges

Explainer Colorado 2020 ballot: How to handle questions about judges

All candidate Q&As

Candidate Q&A U.S. House of Representatives
Candidate Q&A District Attorney
Candidate Q&A Colorado State Board of Education
Candidate Q&A University of Colorado Regent
Candidate Q&A Colorado State Senate
Candidate Q&A Colorado State House
Candidate Q&A RTD Board of Directors
Candidate Q&A County Commissioners: Adams, Arapahoe, Douglas, Jefferson