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Local Power Campaign Kickoff

Local Power Campaign Kickoff

  Who: New Era Colorado Foundation and Empower Our Future coalition What: Join us to celebrate the end of our successful Indiegogo campaign and to kickoff our community's campaign for local power! When: Tuesday, September 17, 2013 [...]

Look to the Blue Line for Election 2013 Coverage

Look to the Blue Line for Election 2013 Coverage

It’s that time of year again:  the municipal election.  Candidates will soon be slogging through forums and questionnaires, doorsteps will be littered with fliers and advertising, ballots will be arriving in the mail, and voters will be trying [...]

Bag It Boulder

Bag It Boulder

Want to keep Boulder at the forefront of citywide environmental initiatives? Want to see some real changes happen while you are still in this zip code? Come see a free movie and sign the petition to BagIt in Boulder. Boulder is currently working [...]

Perspectives on the 2011 Boulder Election

Perspectives on the 2011 Boulder Election

Election night 2011 was full of surprises.  The fact that some of the outcomes were surprising suggests many factors influenced voter behavior, and without detailed post-election polling, explanations have been at best speculative and at worst [...]

The Power of GOTV

The Power of GOTV

Intense, last minute, get-out-the-vote efforts led by New Era Colorado may have saved the day for proponents of Ballot Issues 2B and 2C.  Early returns showed both measures failing, but as the evening progressed, the margins narrowed until both [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

New Era Scoop: Interview with Tom Tancredo

New Era Scoop:  Interview with Tom Tancredo

Originally published in New Era News Tom Tancredo knows how to create heat. His quotes, everything from seeing President Obama as the number one threat to America to the desire to see Mecca bombed, have defined a man that is now running for [...]

New Era News | PART 1: SmartRegs Gets its Legs, Takes Some Heat

New Era News | PART 1: SmartRegs Gets its Legs, Takes Some Heat

Boulder City Council began its first reading of the much-discussed SmartRegs proposal at their meeting on May 18. In witness of an over-capacity meeting hall, Mayor Susan Osborne said it was, "the most important issue we'll tackle this year, and [...]

Write City Council to Support SmartRegs!

Write City Council to Support SmartRegs!

SmartRegs is a potential city policy that will create minimum standards for energy efficiency in rental units, such as sealing gaps in windows, installing programmable thermostats, low-flow shower heads and insulation. SmartRegs has already [...]

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