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October, 2019

Wednesday
2
Fort Collins City Council Chambers
7:00 PM
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A League sponsored forum with candidates for Poudre School Districts A,B,F,and G.
Friday
4
Denver University, Sturm Hall, Lindsey Auditorium
6:00 PM
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An event sponsored by LWVCO in Denver encouraging women to run for elected office.
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/winning-with-women-tickets-33529452495
Friday
4
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Come join us! Bring the whole family! Invite all your friends!

6:30-9:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 4

Fort Collins Mennonite Fellowship, 300 Oak St. Fort Collins 80524

Fabulous games, prizes, donation opportunities

Delicious homemade desserts!

Come rally for health care for everyone.

Details: ebranjord@yahoo.com
Monday
7
Tuesday
8
Judy Weaver's home
9:15 AM
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This team meets on the second Tuesday of the month. Non League members welcome, contact Barb Hansen. League members, find Judy‘s address under Member Info.
Tuesday
8
Cafe Vino Restaurant
11:30 AM
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Weekly meeting to plan next program
Wednesday
9
Yom Kippur
Wednesday
9
Raffs Tavern at Highland Meadows Golf Course
11:00 AM
Thursday
10
Windtrail Care Housing Community Room
11:30 AM
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As our country continues to struggle with finding sustainable solutions to a looming healthcare crisis, the Health Care Team is hard at work advocating for ideas that work.
Thursday
10
Odell Brewery
4:00 PM
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Meeting of all team leaders and the Admin Team to discuss plans for the upcoming election year. Theme: All Hands on Deck:Making Democracy Work in an Election Year.
Thursday
10
Loveland City Council Chambers
6:00 PM
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A League sponsored forum featuring candidates for Loveland Mayor and City Council.
Monday
14
Columbus Day
Tuesday
15
1st Bank
4:00 PM
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Making Democracy Work is a program that engages Leagues nationwide in advancing core democracy issues of: Election Reform, Campaign Finance Reform and Stronger Ethics in Government.

In a comprehensive approach, using League positions to advocate and take action, the Election Reform team works together toward the one common goal of making democracy work for all!

Come visit a great team with members who have lots of experience and knowledge advocating for democracy!
Thursday
17
Harmony Library
7:00 PM
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League sponsored ballot issue presentation for all members and the public.
Monday
21
Group Publishing
11:00 AM
Monday
21
Namaqua UUC - Social hall behind the church on Pierce St.
6:30 PM
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Topic - State and Local Ballot Issues. A League sponsored ballot issue presentation for all members and the public. This group meets on the 3rd Monday of the month.
Monday
21
Council Tree Library
6:30 PM
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The Election Reform team is co-hosting an National Popular Vote education event with our local ally Represent Ft. Collins. State Representative Jeni Arndt, House District 53, will speak about the National Popular Vote. The National Popular Vote guarantees the Presidency to the candidate who receives the most popular votes across all 50 states and the District of Columbia. The bill ensures that every vote, in every state, will count in the presidential election. The bill is constitutionally conservative state-based legislation that preserves the Electoral College, preserves state control of elections, and preserves the power of the states to control how the President is elected.
Tuesday
22
Old Town Library
1:30 PM
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League sponsored ballot issue presentation for all members and the public.
Tuesday
22
Our Saviour's Lutheran Church
7:15 PM
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We‘ll begin with refreshments and informal conversation before presenting the interesting history and mission of the League. There‘s plenty of time to ask questions. And, we‘ll share a "quick start" list of activities which are easy to jump into next week!

Come and find out how you can engage around your interests and passions to make our democracy work!

Let us know if you would like a ride or to carpool.
Monday
28
Council Tree Library
6:30 PM
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The Voter Services Team will present an evening with Larimer County Clerk, Angela Myers. Ms. Myers will discuss the Electronic Recording Technology Board and Election Security.
Thursday
31
Halloween