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DENVER — It’s supposed to inform voters about the election.

But in some cases the blue book is missing pages and that had the campaigns on both sides of several issues angry Wednesday.

The booklet explains both sides of each ballot issue in the November election.

The acting director of the Colorado Legislative Council, Natalie Mullis, sent an email about the mistake to Colorado lawmakers.

“Legislative Council Staff is responsible for distributing the voter information guide to registered voter households, and we take that responsibility seriously. Those who wish to receive a new blue book can email their address to or call our office at 303-866-3521,” the email said.

All county clerks in Colorado have copies available for the public.