Amendment 69, which would have created a new state-run universal health care system went down in flames with 80 percent of voters saying no. Raise the BAR (Amendment 71) passed, which will make it more difficult to amend the state constitution. CAR advocated against Amendment 69 and in support of Amendment 71.
Propositions 107 and 108 were both approved by voters, authorizing a new presidential primary and allowing unaffiliated voters to participate in primary elections. CAR supported both statutory changes, saying they will result in less partisan, more moderate candidates.