Speak Out Now

The League Of Women Voters of Larimer County, Colorado: The League of Women Voters of Larimer County joins national, state, and local organizations in calling on President Trump to end his administrative policy of systematic and cruel separation of families apprehended at the U.S. border. Tearing apart families does nothing to make us safer or … More Speak Out Now

ANNOUNCING PRIMARY ELECTION VOTE411 VOTER GUIDE IS Live

Searching for Primary Election Candidate Information – Look No Further! VOTE411.org Voter Guide is your “one-stop-shop” for election related information providing side-by-side candidate comparisons, ballot drop off locations and more. Over million unaffiliated voters can now participate in the upcoming Republican or Democratic Colorado primary elections. The new law allows one primary ballot to be … More ANNOUNCING PRIMARY ELECTION VOTE411 VOTER GUIDE IS Live

League of Women Voters Larimer County “Making Democracy Work” Summer Soiree

Please join us July 26, 2018 5:30-7:30 PM for a beautiful late afternoon celebration honoring Julie Kunce Field, 8th District Court Judge and Linda Thomas, LWVLC Voter Registration, for their contributions to Making Democracy Work. The event will be complete with delicious hors d’eouvres, wine for purchase, music by Bill DeMarco, a wonderful silent auction. … More League of Women Voters Larimer County “Making Democracy Work” Summer Soiree

Colorado should change the way we vote, allowing us to rank candidates on our ballots

League of Women Voters of Larimer County supports an election reform called ranked choice voting, also known as instant-runoff voting. It solves a significant problem in today’s elections, that a candidate can win with only a plurality (the most votes), rather than a majority (50 percent plus one). With plurality, a winner could have as … More Colorado should change the way we vote, allowing us to rank candidates on our ballots

Voter Services Update

Water Board Election With about 1700 votes cast, the turnout for the May 8th FCLWD Board election was approximately 5 times greater than the last election in 2016. Although this only represents 10% of those eligible to vote, it does show improvement and greater interest by FCLWD customers. LWVLC, through our education efforts on Vote411 … More Voter Services Update