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  • Learn about Jail Tax Extension Ballot Issue

    Cross Currents program on the sales tax extension included on the November ballot on Thursday, September 25 at 7 pm at the Fort Collins City Council chambers, 300 LaPorte Ave. Public is invited, and the program will be aired on the City’s Cable Channel 14 and online from here. For more information, such as, who the panelists are, go to The League in Action page.


    Coloradoan to co-hosts gubernatorial debate in Fort Collins

    Thursday, October 9 at Colorado State University

    Click here for more information


    Learn about the State Ballot Issues

    The presentations will be Tuesday, October 14, 1-3pm at Council tree Library, Community Room, Fort Collins; and Wednesday, October 15, 6-8pm at Loveland Public Library, Gertrude Scott Room, 300 N. Adams Ave, Loveland. For more information go to The League in Action page.

    - Watch CrossCurrents program on Humane Society Tax Initiative, ballot issue in November 4, 2014 election.

    - Ballot Issues 2014 for Colorado booklet. This booklet is created by the League of Women Voters Education Fund. 

    - and more

    Do you know anyone who needs an absentee ballot (serving in military, studying abroad...) go to www.fvap.gov to see how to vote while abroad.


    Invitation to a New League Study

    Money in Politics: Developing a Common Understanding of the Issues is an important new League study that was adopted at the League's national convention in June. 


    Read article in Body+Mind Magazine about our very own superwoman: Florence Field. The article is about her fight for social justice and civil liberties.

    Florence Field


    2014-2015 Your Voice Your Vote

    Voter Registration and Election Information from LWV of Colorado

    Click here to view it


    Watch LWV of Larimer County's panel discussion on Transparency in Local Government: Why it is Essential to Democracy

    March 24, 2014

    Panelists: Peg Perl, Ed Otte, Jeff Stahla, Bob Bacon

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kg5ASi1hQeQ (22 minutes long)


    The LWV of Larimer County held a panel discussion on: 
     Income Inequality:
     

    Loss of the American Dream?
    Listen to part 1 and part 2:







    For Information on Bills being Introduced in the Colorado Legislature go to:  www.leg.state.co.us

    Comcast Channel 165 provides live streaming video coverage of the House and Senate in action

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Calendar of Events ‎‎‎(* go to Calendar of Events page)‎‎‎

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January 1, 2014   INFO@LWVCOLORADO.org 1410 Grant Street, Denver 
September 1, 2014 Going Live on September 1st Go to Vote 411 for election information you need. Available on the web at Vote411.org Vote411.org 
October 2, 2014  Affordable Housing WORKING MEETING Learn about this team on our 'about us' page. 
October 6, 2014 11:30 to 1:30 PUBLIC INVITED LWVLC International Relations Team sponsors 2014 Great Decisions. Programs resume with "Turkey's Challenges". Plymouth Congregational Church in Fort Collins, the Choir Room. 
October 8, 2014  Voter Service Team WORKING MEETING Information on this team is found on 'about us' page. 
October 8, 2014  Public Relations Team WORKING MEETING  
October 9, 2014 Information on the filming and streaming of this debate will be posted.  LWVLC, Coloradoan, KUSA and CSU are the co-sponsors of a Colorado Gubernatorial debate.  
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