This fall’s election has plenty of important decisions for local voters. While this is an “off year” (voters aren’t selecting representatives for federal office) the decisions to be made have a tremendous impact here locally. Both Thompson and Poudre School Districts have elections for school board. Whether you have children in the school districts or … More Poudre School District Candidate Forum
The following letter was submitted in the Coloradoan, the Reporter-Herald, and the Collegian. Vote411.org, the League of Women Voters of Larimer County voter information website, provides unbiased information for informed choices. You can register to vote, or check/edit your registration. With your address as input, Vote 411 displays personalized ballot information. Candidates introduce themselves, their … More Local Elections Matter: October Soapbox
It’s Election Season On Thursday, September 21 the League of Women Voters of Larimer County is hosting a candidate forum for the Loveland City Council & Mayoral Candidates, as well as a Thompson School District Board of Education. The school district forum will run from 5:30-6:30 p.m., followed by the city forum from 7:00-9:00 p.m. … More Candidate Forum for Loveland Election
The end of summer and beginning of fall are busy times for the Voter Services Team. Check out the upcoming activities to find the niche that’s right for you and get involved. Make a difference – Make Democracy Work. Voter Registration Drives The voter registration circulators continue to be busy registering voters at the local … More Voter Service Needs YOU!
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!
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!
This March join us in reading and discussing another non-fiction book: Mistakes Were Made (But Not by Me): Why We Justify Foolish Beliefs, Bad Decisions, and Hurtful Acts by Carol Tavris and Elliot Aronson. The book club will meet in March at our new time 6:30-8 PM on Wednesday, March 8. All our monthly meetings … More March Book Club Title: Mistakes Were Made
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.
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