The Colorado Secretary of State issued a news release today explaining how voters can obtain an official “blue book,” which contains the pros and cons of 13 statewide ballot measures a well as a section on the judges up for retention.

Every voter should get one in the mail, but this year, due to a few glitches, some voters either did not get a blue book or received one with pages missing.

The books, which are issued by the nonpartisan legislative council at the Capitol, not the the Colorado Secretary of State’s office, reports 90,000 books have been resent and county clerks have been supplied with extra books.

You can find the blue books online here. Or you can contact the legislative council at [email protected].