On January 27, 2018, the Central Committee of the Democratic Party of Denver met at Merril Middle School and took the following positions on the ballot questions on the November 2018 ballot.
Party rules require 2/3 vote of the Central Committee to support or oppose any issue.

Ballot Issue 2E - Campaign Finance    
CENTRAL COMMITTEE DECISION Support  

On September 15, 2018, the Central Committee of the Democratic Party of Denver met at North High School and took the following positions on the ballot questions on the November 2018 ballot.
Party rules require 2/3 vote of the Central Committee to support or oppose any issue.

AMENDMENT # V - Reduce minimum age to serve in the General Assembly    
     
Votes in SUPPORT of the proposition 233  
Votes OPPOSED to the proposition 37  
     
CENTRAL COMMITTEE DECISION Support  
 
AMENDMENT # W - Ballot format for Judicial Retention elections    
     
Votes in SUPPORT of the initiative 248  
Votes OPPOSED to the initiative 13  
     
CENTRAL COMMITTEE DECISION Support  
 
AMENDMENT # X - Industrial Hemp    
     
Votes in SUPPORT of the  262  
Votes OPPOSED to the  5  
     
CENTRAL COMMITTEE DECISION Support  
 
AMENDMENT # Y - Congressional Redistricting    
     
Votes in SUPPORT of the  240  
Votes OPPOSED to the  20  
     
CENTRAL COMMITTEE DECISION Support  
 
AMENDMENT # Z - Legislative Redistricting    
     
Votes in SUPPORT of the  239  
Votes OPPOSED to the  21  
     
CENTRAL COMMITTEE DECISION Support  
 
AMENDMENT # A - Prohibit slavery and involuntary servitude    
     
Votes in SUPPORT of the  264  
Votes OPPOSED to the  3  
     
CENTRAL COMMITTEE DECISION Support  
 
AMENDMENT # 73 - Increase funding for public school    
     
Votes in SUPPORT of the  246  
Votes OPPOSED to the  18  
     
CENTRAL COMMITTEE DECISION Support  
 
AMENDMENT # 74 - Compensation for reduction in market value by law or regulation    
     
Votes in SUPPORT of the  14  
Votes OPPOSED to the  256  
     
CENTRAL COMMITTEE DECISION Oppose  
 
AMENDMENT # 75 - Raises cap on campaign contributions to a candidate if opponent contributes $1,000,000 to his/her campaign    
     
Votes in SUPPORT of the  23  
Votes OPPOSED to the  246  
     
CENTRAL COMMITTEE DECISION Oppose  
 
PROPOSITION # 109 - Authorizes Bonds for transportation projects    
     
Votes in SUPPORT of the  19  
Votes OPPOSED to the  250  
     
CENTRAL COMMITTEE DECISION Oppose  
 
PROPOSITION # 110 - Increases funding for transportation    
     
Votes in SUPPORT of the  228  
Votes OPPOSED to the  22  
     
CENTRAL COMMITTEE DECISION Support  
 
PROPOSITION # 111 - Reduces maximum APR on payday loans to 36%    
     
Votes in SUPPORT of the  264  
Votes OPPOSED to the  4  
     
CENTRAL COMMITTEE DECISION Support  
 
PROPOSITION # 112 - Requirement for 2,500-foot setback for oil and gas wells    
     
Votes in SUPPORT of the  197  
Votes OPPOSED to the  65  
     
CENTRAL COMMITTEE DECISION Support  
 
BALLOT ISSUE # 2A - Parks Tax    
     
Votes in SUPPORT of the  213  
Votes OPPOSED to the  34  
     
CENTRAL COMMITTEE DECISION Support  
 
BALLOT ISSUE # 2B - Initiative Signatures formula    
     
Votes in SUPPORT of the  161  
Votes OPPOSED to the  81  
     
CENTRAL COMMITTEE DECISION No Position  
 
BALLOT ISSUE # 2C - Police Department Hires    
     
Votes in SUPPORT of the  196  
Votes OPPOSED to the  41  
     
CENTRAL COMMITTEE DECISION Support  
 
BALLOT ISSUE # 2D - Clerk Appointees    
     
Votes in SUPPORT of the  219  
Votes OPPOSED to the  14  
     
CENTRAL COMMITTEE DECISION Support  
 
INITIATIVE # 300 - College Affordability    
     
Votes in SUPPORT of the  94  
Votes OPPOSED to the  147  
     
CENTRAL COMMITTEE DECISION No Position  
 
INITIATIVE # 301 - Caring 4 Denver    
     
Votes in SUPPORT of the  232  
Votes OPPOSED to the  22  
     
CENTRAL COMMITTEE DECISION Support  
 
INITIATIVE # 302 - Healthy Foods    
     
Votes in SUPPORT of the  194  
Votes OPPOSED to the  59  
     
CENTRAL COMMITTEE DECISION Support  
 
INITIATIVE # 7G - Urban Drainage    
     
Votes in SUPPORT of the  210  
Votes OPPOSED to the  33  
     
CENTRAL COMMITTEE DECISION Support