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Posts Tagged ‘election 2011’

Council Candidate Jonathan Hondorf

Council Candidate Jonathan Hondorf

Editor’s note: Students in instructor Christine Mahoney’s Radio/TV News Writing Course at the newly-formed Journalism Program at CU-Boulder are participating in the Blue Line’s coverage of the local election by interviewing Boulder City [...]

Council Candidate Kevin Hotaling

Council Candidate Kevin Hotaling

Editor’s note: Students in instructor Christine Mahoney’s Radio/TV News Writing Course at the newly-formed Journalism Program at CU-Boulder are participating in the Blue Line’s coverage of the local election by interviewing Boulder City [...]

Council Candidate Daniel Ziskin

Council Candidate Daniel Ziskin

Editor’s note: Students in instructor Christine Mahoney’s Radio/TV News Writing Course at the newly-formed Journalism Program at CU-Boulder are participating in the Blue Line’s coverage of the local election by interviewing Boulder City [...]

Council Candidate Fenno Hoffman

Council Candidate Fenno Hoffman

Editor’s note: Students in instructor Christine Mahoney’s Radio/TV News Writing Course at the newly-formed Journalism Program at CU-Boulder are participating in the Blue Line’s coverage of the local election by interviewing Boulder City [...]

Council Candidate Lisa Morzel

Council Candidate Lisa Morzel

Editor's note: Students in instructor Christine Mahoney's Radio/TV News Writing Course at the newly-formed Journalism Program at CU-Boulder are participating in the Blue Line's coverage of the local election by interviewing Boulder City Council [...]

WATCH: LWV 2B&2C Debate (1h 56m)

WATCH: LWV 2B&2C Debate (1h 56m)

The League of Women Voters of Boulder County sponsored a debate on Ballot Issues 2b & 2C on September 21, 2011.  You can watch it here on the Blue Line, at the LWV website, or go directly to the video on Vimeo.

Xcel Energy Has Contributed $456,263 to Anti-Municipalization Efforts

Xcel Energy Has Contributed $456,263 to Anti-Municipalization Efforts

According to election filings made public today, Xcel Energy has contributed almost half a million dollars to two groups fighting Ballot Issues 2B & 2C: the Xcel Energy Issue Committee and the Boulder Smart Energy Coalition (BSEC).  The [...]

Countdown to the Election

Countdown to the Election

Mail ballots will begin to arrive in your mailboxes in a few days and the Blue Line wants to help you make the most of your right to vote. If you have moved recently or if you didn't vote in the previous general election, you may not receive [...]

New Era News | Top Ten Lies About Municipalization

New Era News | Top Ten Lies About Municipalization

There sure are a lot of talking points flying around out there about Boulder's move to create a municipal utility. And I know you've seen the online ads that Xcel is spending millions on. Here's a point by point rebuttal to each and every lie and [...]

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