Given both current and projected growth in Northern Colorado and across the Front Range, the demands on our transportation system are increasing dramatically. Sadly, funds to keep up with needs (both for existing infrastructure and expansion) lag far behind. Join us on February 23, 2017 at 7 pm for a CrossCurrents examination: “How to Fund … More Crosscurrents: Funding Transportation Needs
The League sent a memo to the U.S. Senate about the most recent nominee to the Supreme Court. The memo outlines three questions that the League would like the nominee to answer during the confirmation process. The next Supreme Court Justice will play a major role in setting the course for American Democracy over the … More League Sends Memo to U.S. Senate Regarding Supreme Court Nominee
One week ago millions of women and men gathered—in the streets of Washington, in cities and towns across the United States, in countries around the world—to demand their voices be heard. The Women’s March was a powerful, inspiring event—but even before the crowds had begun to disperse, the crucial question was asked: What next? Because … More After the Women’s March
This week the LWVUS Board of Directors voted unanimously for the League to participate officially in the DC March. Closer to home, Denver will also host a Women’s March on the same day. While LWV is never partisan and is never “for” or “against” candidates, we have clear positions under attack. These include, but are … More League Supports Women’s March: January 21
The League of Women Voters of Larimer County is a proud member and partner of the broader (Colorado and national) League of Women Voters. Across this broad and diverse organization, voting rights remains our key focus and challenge in the critical months ahead. LWVUS and many state Leagues are focused on upcoming legislative sessions, where … More Voting Rights Top Priority for LWVUS
The integrity of our democracy depends on the integrity of our elections. This year has brought attention to this issue in unprecedented levels. When there is a problem with the integrity of our elections, the League of Women Voters is the first to speak out. Voting brings us together as Americans – it is the … More Election Integrity
LWVLC delegates: Sandy Brooks, Kay Easley, Linda Mahan, Sarah Pitts attended the national convention June 16 – 19, 2016 in Washington, DC. We will hear from them at our Ice Cream Social but here are updates from the convention to peak your interest. Actions by Convention ByLaw Change approved: Voting Members are persons at least … More Updates from LWV-National
In the same ways that we work locally, so too does our national organization work to to study issues, educate voters, and engage with the political process across the United States. Learn More!