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Posts Tagged ‘election 2013’

Vote No on 310

Vote No on 310

Rail cars loaded with coal Why is Xcel fighting so hard to stop Boulder's effort to start a municipal utility?  Make no mistake, Xcel is behind the wording of Question 310, and is behind the many mailings and full-page ads in support of the [...]

Tuesday is Election Day: Final Reminders for Boulder County Voters

Tuesday is Election Day: Final Reminders for Boulder County Voters

From the Boulder County Clerk: All drive-by ballot drop-off locations and Voter Service and Polling Centers are open now in Boulder County through 7 p.m. on Election Day. New this year, voters can register to vote up until 7 p.m. Tuesday. Voter [...]

The 2013 Rad-ish Collective City Council Candidate Forum

The 2013 Rad-ish Collective City Council Candidate Forum

Last night (10/23/13) seven Boulder City Council candidates visited the Rad-ish Collective, an activist co-op that does a lot of volunteering behind the scenes of Boulder Food Rescue. All photos by Zane Selvans The candidates had some motley [...]

All the Easy Things Have Been Done—a Response to Ken Wilson

All the Easy Things Have Been Done—a Response to Ken Wilson

Second Flat Iron, Boulder, CO by Chad Podoski (flickr creative commons) Good grief, Ken Wilson is such a raging pessimist. We get it, Ken, this is going to be hard. But evidently you did not get the memo: All the easy things have been done. Yes, [...]

The Third PLAN-Boulder Council Candidate Forum of 2013

The Third PLAN-Boulder Council Candidate Forum of 2013

The final PLAN-Boulder County City Council candidates forum was re-scheduled due to the flood, and took place on Monday, September 23rd. The moderator was Bruce Goldstein, and the final batch of candidates were Ed Byrne, Jonathan Dings, Kevin [...]

Making Sense of Energy Measures on the Ballot: Vote No on 310 and Yes on 2E

Making Sense of Energy Measures on the Ballot: Vote No on 310 and Yes on 2E

Note from the authors: Powerful interests are counting on voter confusion (and are even creating confusion) to thwart Boulder from determining its own clean energy future. Please read on, and help others get informed. There is a lot at stake in this [...]

Andrew Shoemaker: Attorney and Businessman

Andrew Shoemaker: Attorney and Businessman

This is the tenth and last in a series of candidate profiles written by students in Instructor Jeff Browne’s CU News Corps course at CU-Boulder. Lauren is studying for her master's in journalism at CU-Boulder. She graduated from CU in 2011 with [...]

Micah Parkin, a Fresh Face in Boulder Politics

Micah Parkin, a Fresh Face in Boulder Politics

This is the ninth in a series of candidate profiles written by students in Instructor Jeff Browne’s CU News Corps course at CU-Boulder. Lauren is studying for her master's in journalism at CU-Boulder. She graduated from CU in 2011 with degrees in [...]

Mayor Matt Appelbaum Has Not Yet Had Enough

Mayor Matt Appelbaum Has Not Yet Had Enough

This is the eighth in a series of candidate profiles written by students in Instructor Jeff Browne’s CU News Corps course at CU-Boulder. Lars Gesing is a graduate student from Hamburg, Germany, where he worked for several print and online [...]

“Grateful” Fred Smith Wants to Level the Playing Field

“Grateful” Fred Smith Wants to Level the Playing Field

Candidate Fred Smith (photo by the author) Four-time City Council candidate Fred Smith is running again to make sure that the voters hear his message on taxes and the minimum wage. Smith will appear on the ballot as “Greatful Fred Smith,” [...]

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