Join us on Monday, October 2 from 11:30 to 1:30 (brown-bag lunch) at Plymouth Congregational Church (916 W Prospect Rd, Fort Collins) for the continuation of our Our Great Decisions group. At the October meeting we will be discussing Trade, Jobs, and Politics The U.S. political mood toward trade has gone sour. One need look … More Great Decisions: Trade, Jobs, and Politics
In June, the Harmony Library hosted a workshop presented by the League of Women Voters of Larimer County on civic engagement. Attendees, across the political spectrum, were eager to learn how they could talk, write, or otherwise advocate for issues so that others would listen. You can read about the workshop on an earlier post … More Soapbox: Listen So Others Will Talk
The Informed Citizen Book Club announces our May book choice of Dark Money: The Hidden History of the Billionaires Behind the Rise of the Radical Right by Jane Mayer. The publisher asks: Why is America living in an age of profound economic inequality? Why, despite the desperate need to address climate change, have even modest … More Book Club Reads Dark Money in May
Colorado continues to rank among an “elite” group of states with a high voter turnout in 2016. … More CO Secretary of State Applauds Voter Turnout
Have you been looking for just the right way to channel some new-found political energy? JOIN US! Regardless of party, registering voters is one of the key ways we ensure every American has a voice in our democracy. Voter registration has long been a piece of the League of Women Voters work and one we … More Don’t Get Angry: Get Active!
Join Great Decisions for a discussion of “Saudi Arabia in Transition” As Saudi Arabia struggles to adjust to the drastic decline in oil revenue, Deputy Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman attempts to boldly transform the country and shift more power to the younger generation. At the same time, many countries such as the U.S. point … More Great Decisions to Discuss Saudi Arabia in Transition
Northern Colorado Elected Officials: Contact Information Contacting elected officials whose decisions impact your day-to-day life is a GREAT way to be advocate for the issues and policies that are important to you. While it may be possible to keep everyone happy all of the time, information from constituents helps inform decision-making across levels of our … More Contact Your Leadership…at any level!
Although many think of the League of Women Voters as a resource during election season, our chapters are active all year, every year! Since the November election, our league and many others have been more active than ever in continuing to advocate for positions that we have taken. The League only advocates on issues after … More League of Women Voters: Nonpartisan AND Strong Advocates
It’s no secret that many of us are now looking for best ways to step up our political lives. New organizations and events are springing up because people are asking “What can we do?” The League of Women Voters, proudly politically nonpartisan, has been active for nearly a century encouraging citizen participation in government. An … More Soapbox: Value of Activism with Local Government
Do you LOVE democracy? Are you passionate about voting rights and the process by which we select our representatives in government? Get a jump on your pre-Valentine’s Day passions with a free screening of the film I Voted with the League of Women Voters of Boulder County.