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Posts Tagged ‘election 2010’

Colorado Independent | Numbers show Hispanic voters carried the day for Colorado Democrats

Colorado Independent | Numbers show Hispanic voters carried the day for Colorado Democrats

Eighty-one percent of Latino voters in Colorado voted for Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet. Split the Latino vote down the middle between Bennet and Republican Ken Buck and Buck wins easily. Even if Buck had only received 30 percent of the Latino [...]

Vote for 2B to Keep City Services Strong

Vote for 2B to Keep City Services Strong

Voting Yes on Boulder City Ballot Issue 2B will maintain the revenue for public safety, library, parks, human services and other important city services. Issue 2B would approve a Utility Occupation Tax to replace the franchise fee --$4.1 million in [...]

2B: What’s It All About?

2B: What’s It All About?

The City of Boulder decided earlier this year to not to sign a new 20-year franchise agreement with Xcel Energy. After more than a year of negotiations, Xcel would not agree to move quickly to replace coal burning with renewable energy. While Xcel [...]

Tour d’Open Space

Tour d’Open Space

PLAN-Boulder will host the 13th Annual Tour d’Open Space (originally known as the Circumnavigation of Mountain Parks and Open Space).   Here are the details: When: Saturday, October 30th 8:30am start Where: Meet at the Dowdy Draw [...]

A Progressive’s Guide to Voting

A Progressive’s Guide to Voting

Feeling overwhelmed by the upcoming election in Colorado? Having a hard time keeping track of the issues? Just remember: NO on the NUMBERS, YES on the LETTERS. NO on 60, 61, 62, 63, 101, and 102. YES on 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B, and 3A. This [...]

Triple Trouble on the Ballot

Triple Trouble on the Ballot

Amendments 60 and 61 and Proposition 101 (the “Ugly Three”) would be most devastating to local school districts, but they would also significantly damage local governments, non-profit corporations and local businesses according to non-profit and [...]

New Era News | No Party Parents for The ‘Bad 3’

New Era News | No Party Parents for The ‘Bad 3’

While canvassing for New Era Colorado this past Saturday in Fort Collins, spreading the word about the 'bad 3', I had some intersting conversations with a few individuals that genuinely feared the effects of the ballot measures. Read the [...]

2B Campaign Launch Party

2B Campaign Launch Party

Come to a fabulous party and support Boulder’s next step for a cleaner energy future!  RenewablesYes.org is hosting a 2B kickoff party this Friday, September 17th, from 5-7 p.m.  at the Rib House, 1801 13th Street in Boulder.  We'll feature [...]

Register to Vote!

Register to Vote!

The Midterm Elections are around the corner and the voter registration deadline is approaching. Have you moved recently and need to update your address? Want to request a mail-in ballot? Or are you a late bloomer and still need to register to vote [...]