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Meet the candidates face to face and ask your tough questions. Compare their differing philosophies. Find out their top priorities and plans. Be Informed and VOTE! Everyone is welcome to attend.

All candidates from the following races have been invited to have a display table and answer your questions at all THREE events:
CO Legislative
District Attorney (District 1)
RTD (Districts D & M)
CU Regents
County Commissioners
County Surveyors

All events will be held from 7pm + 9pm.

Tuesday, September 27
Carmody Middle School,2050 S Kipling St, Lakewood, CO 80227
NOTE: Candidates from CO House Districts 22, 23, 25 & 28. County Commissioner Candidates will NOT be at this event.

Thursday, September 29
Columbine High School, 6201 S Pierce St, Littleton, CO 80123

NOTE:Candidates from CO House Districts 1, 22 & 25

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Candidate side-by-side comparisons and ballot issues pro/con arguments.

More Election News here!

First Unit Meetings: Voter Outreach Planning

Welcome Back & Get Your VOTE On! During this unit meeting, you will have the opportunity to renew your membership and pick-up your informational packet with this year's member roster and event calendar while catching up with your unit friends. Please plan on joining us and bring a friend!

To get prepared for the election season, a quick review of all of the Voter Resources will be presented including and Also, our Voter Outreach Activities will be announced which will include an opportunity for your unit members to plan your own voter outreach activity specifically for your local community. More details will be presented at the Briefing along with a Voter Outreach kit for each unit to use this election season.

Don't forget to share and discuss what you experienced on the recent Elections Department tour with those who were unable to attend. Thank you for all you do to educate voters!

Wednesday, September 28th at 9:15am
Westland Meridian at 10695 West 17th Ave, Lakewood
Contact: Bette 303-238-3306

Tuesday, September 27th at 1pm
Arvada Elks Lodge, 5700 Yukon St, Arvada 80002
NOTE: Park in south lot & use south entrance.
Contact: Karmen 303-423-8332

Tuesday, September 27th at 9:15am
St. Philip's Lutheran Church at Kendall and Ken Caryl, Littleton
Contact: Betsy 303-979-0906

Wednesday, September 28th at 6pm (Optional Brown Bag Dinner)
LWV Office at 1425 Brentwood, Suite 7, Lakewood
Contact: Lisa 303-462-4317

Thursday, September 29tth at 9:15am
Cason Howell House at 1575 Kipling, Lakewood
Contact: LouAnn 720-560-8072

Tuesday, September 8th at 9:15am
Highland Rescue Team Ambulance Service at 317 South Lookout Mountain, Golden
Contact: Syliva 303-674-1715

Ballot Issue Pro/Con Information


Saturday, October 22nd at 2pm - 4pm
Clements Community Center
1580 Yarrow St, Lakewood 80214
All state wide ballot issues will be explained and the pro/con arguments will be presented. Representatives from both sides of each initiative have been invited to have a display table and answer your questions. Come ask your tough questions. Compare the differing philosophies. Everyone is welcome to attend.

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Candidate side-by-side comparisons and ballot issues pro/con arguments.

Be Informed and VOTE!

More Election News here!

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