No, not necessarily the results but the money spent.
We had 2 big ballot initiatives, one an amendment to define marriage between a man and a woman, the other a referendum to allow "civil unions" between same sex couples.
I don't want to debate the merits of either. I do want to comment on this.
I heard that one organization who supported the marriage amendment and opposed the civil union law spent$1,000,000 in advertising. That is a 1 with six zeros behind it.
Let me put that in a little different perspective.
The average wage in Colorado is $43,000. That is enough to pay 23 of the the average wage earners here.
You could generously feed 5000 families for one week with that same money.
If given to World Vision, you could feed over 2000 children for one year.
This makes me quite sad.