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Whatever Happened to the Truth?
Published on: 5/8/2018
Do voters hate the truth? Is the strategic use of misinformation undermining our democracy? The League of Women Voters of Arapahoe/Douglas Counties invites you to discuss the growing skepticism of traditional media with a distinguished group of panelists, Tuesday, May 22, 7 p.m., Centennial Community Room, 7272 S. Eagle St. Centennial, 80211.

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Fair Housing Film Screening and Panel Discussion
Published on: 5/16/2018
Join the Boulder County Regional Housing Partnership for an evening of reflection and conversation on fair housing in Boulder County!
Two Redistricting Proposals Headed for the Ballot this Fall !
Published on: 5/8/2018
The two redistricting measures the League has supported, SCR18-004 and SCR18-005, have passed both the state Senate and House and are headed for the ballot this fall.
Boulder County Begins Primary Election Unaffiliated Voter Education Campaign
Published on: 4/23/2018
The Boulder County Clerk and Recorder’s Election Division, in conjunction with the Colorado Secretary of State, has begun a voter education campaign that aims to inform unaffiliated voters about their ability to vote in the upcoming June Primary and the options they have in selecting and casting their ballot.
Secretary of State Launches Outreach to Unaffiliated Voters
Published on: 3/30/2018
Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams today rolled out a campaign intended to help unaffiliated voters correctly fill out their ballots in the June 26 primary election.
Former Secretary of State Bernie Buescher of Grand Junction, Mesa County Clerk Sheila Reiner and others joined Williams in talking about the campaign, including how unaffiliated voters can ask to receive a Republican or a Democratic ballot. Voters who don't state a preference and get both ballots in the mail can only return one marked ballot -- if they vote both, the ballots will be rejected.

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Update on Climate Change Lawsuit
Published on: 1/4/2018
LWVUS and LWV/Oregon are participating as friends of the court in the landmark climate change lawsuit Juliana v. United States. Can Trump Administration get the court to dismiss?