According to the CLCS report, Shortchanged Charters: How Funding Disparities Hurt Colorado's Charter Schools, more than 81% of charter schools have not been included in a district bond election question in the last five years. Why? It's because the statute doesn't require them to. It only requires them to "consider" the charter school's facility needs.
For many charter schools that have been included in district bond questions, their facilities are paid for with charter school per pupil revenue and if the charter school were ever to close, the district would take over the building. Some charter school board members have asked themselves if they've created a situation where an antagonist school district would have an incentive to close the charter school. For many others, they're happily enjoying their new facilities.