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October, 2021

Saturday
2
LWVCO Offices
8:30 AM
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Join us for coffee, donuts, and a post-painting party before the 2021 Denver Womxn‘s March!
Saturday
2
Presbyterian Community Church of the Rockies
1700 Brodie Avenue
Estes Park, CO
9:00 AM
Saturday
2
John Hand Theater
1:30 PM
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A presentation of the play sponsored by the LWV Denver, please contact www.lwv Denver.org to attend on October 2
Tuesday
5
zoom meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85215824514
5:00 PM
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October 5 - Part I of Election Briefing
Initiated Ordinance 300 - Pandemic Research Fund, Initiated Ordinance 301 - Parks and Open Spaces, Initiated Ordinance 302 - Conservation Easement, Initiated Ordinance 303 - Let‘s Do Better, Initiated Ordinance 304 - Enough Taxes Already, Referred Measure 2G - Fill Future Vacancies for Independent Monitor, Referred Measure 2H Election Day Change
Wednesday
6
Watch the video here on Facebook,
or at:https://bit.ly/3mw3f2s
6:30 PM
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10 candidates vying for 4 positions will introduce themselves, discuss priorities and take questions from the League of Women Voters and the audience.
Wednesday
6
In-person at Sacred Grace Church and online meeting
6:30 PM
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Join the League of Women Voters of Arapahoe and Douglas Counties and Sacred Grace Church Pastor Nathan Hoag for a Candidate Forum Featuring Englewood City Council Candidates in-person and online on Wednesday, October 6 at 6:30 PM.

Candidates will answer questions designed to help voters understand their positions on important issues, so don‘t miss this opportunity to meet the November 2 candidates!

Free and open to the public.
Wednesday
6
Watch on FCTV channels 14 and 881, or live stream from the FCTV website
7:00 PM
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FCTV and the League of Women Voters of Larimer County are co-sponsoring a candidate forum for the Poudre School District School Board positions. This is an opportunity to hear the candidate‘s positions on the important issues facing the school district.
Thursday
7
View recording at: https://www.facebook.com/10221731197724147/videos/252282740171534
6:30 PM
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Hear about the content, as well as pros and cons, of the 3 State and 3 City of Greeley ballot issues.
Thursday
7
In person at Loveland City Council Chambers, 500 E. Third St.
Watch virtually on Loveland chann
7:00 PM
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Candidates for Loveland Mayor and City Council will respond to questions submitted by the public and the League. This event is co-sponsored by the City of Loveland and the League of Women Voters of Larimer County.
Monday
11
Zoom. You will receive the Zoom access link upon completing your registration.
7:00 PM
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This general meeting will feature a panel discussion with members from the Poudre and Thompson School Districts regarding the instructional changes that are being implemented in both districts after evaluating the teaching and learning impacts of the pandemic last year. The panel members will include: Dr. Traci Gile, Poudre School District Assistant Superintendent for Elementary Schools; Hollie Johnson, a 4th grade teacher at Lopez Elementary School; Dr. Jennifer E.Y. Guthals, Thompson School District Director of Student Success; Lindsay Nelson, 7th and 8th grade Science teacher at Conrad Ball Middle School; and Rob Porzycki, Social Studies Depart. Chair at Thompson Valley High School. This meeting is open to the public and will have closed captioning available.
Tuesday
12
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LWVCO Climate Emergency Water Committee members will meet online to plan focused topics and guest speakers for an upcoming presentation.

Want to be part of League‘s Climate Emergency effort? Contact Maggi Markey at 704-661-9072, maggimarkey@gmail.com.
Tuesday
12
Online. https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_nBCpBQjbRFygD6ocUi_SAw
7:00 PM
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Here is an opportunity to hear each TSD School Board candidate‘s positions on the issues impacting the Thompson School District. This event is co-sponsored by the Loveland Public Library and the League of Women Voters of Larimer County.
Wednesday
13
Colorado Mesa University's Cascade Hall on the corner of South 3rd and Cascade in Montrose, CO.
 
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Wednesday, 10/13, 8-9:00 am, the Forum will host the 2nd of a two-part "Election 2021" series.
Thursday
14
Thursday
14
Zoom link can be found in event description below.
5:30 PM
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Congressional Redistricting Commissioner Lori Schell (U, CD3) and Legislative Redistricting Commissioner Robin Schepper (D, CD3) will provide a brief overview of the Colorado Redistricting process, describe impacts to Delta, Montrose and Ouray Counties, outline next steps in the process, and identify ways the LWV and the public can get involved.
Thursday
14
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Thursday, 10/14, 6 pm, the Woman‘s Club of Ouray County will host a candidate forum for mayor and city council, and ballot issues 1A and 6A for Ouray and Ouray County.
Thursday
14
Windsor High School Auditorium
6:30 PM
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4 candidates vying for 2 four-year terms will introduce themselves and answer questions from the audience.
Thursday
14
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Live Forum featuring 7 District 51 candidates and special guest Sheila Reiner, Mesa County Elections Director.
Thursday
14
Zoom. You will receive the Zoom access information in your registration confirmation email.
7:00 PM
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This presentation will discuss the details of the three state issues being voted on the November ballot.
Friday
15
Join us for an update on what's going on for local leagues and at the state level.

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10:30 AM
Saturday
16
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Public Walk-through of the Grand Junction Public High school.
For more information, please email LWVMesa@gmail.com
Please join use for coffee afterwards at Copeka Coffee shop 1012 N 5th St, Grand Junction, CO 81501
Saturday
16
In-person at Bemis Public Library in the Downstairs Meeting Room
11:00 AM
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Join the League of Women Voters of Arapahoe and Douglas Counties for a Candidate Forum featuring Littleton Mayor and City Council Candidates in-person on Saturday, October 16 at 11:00 AM.

Candidates will answer questions designed to help voters understand their positions on important issues, so don‘t miss this opportunity to meet the November 2 candidates!

Free and open to the public.
Saturday
16
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The League of Women Voters of California invites Coloradans to a Drive Clean With The League presentation on Saturday, October 16 at 6:00 PM MT. This will be an online event.
Monday
18
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The LWV of the Uncompahgre Valley and the Uncompahgre Valley Education Association (UVEA) are co-sponsoring a candidate forum for the Montrose County School District RE1-J Board of Education. The forum will be held Monday, October 18, 2021, from 6 to 8 p.m., at the Ute Museum, 17253 Chipeta Road, Montrose, CO. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Masks are recommended.

Five of seven seats are up for election. Candidates include: District A – Jeff Bachman, District C – Andrew Neal and Alice Murphy, District E – Cortney Loyd and Sarah Fishering, District F – Dawn Schieldt and Eric Kelley, and District G – Stephen Bush.

For more information about the candidates see the Montrose County School District Board of Education Elections website: https://www.mcsd.org/BoardElections.aspx

Linda Gann (League member) will moderate the forum. Questions will be taken from the audience.
Tuesday
19
Tuesday
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The League of Women Voters of Arapahoe and Douglas Counties invites League members, their families, their friends, guests, and prospective members to our presentation online on White Supremacy and Hate Groups in Colorado with guest speakers on Tuesday, October 19 at 6:45 PM.

This is a free online event using Zoom. No registration is required.
Wednesday
20
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The League of Women Voters invites Coloradans to a "Drive Clean With The League" presentation on Wednesday, October 20 at 7:00 PM MT. This will be an online event.
Thursday
21
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In order to ensure your ballot arrives by 7pm on Election Day, the League of Women Voters of Colorado recommends this is the last day to place your ballot in the USPS mail.
Sunday
24
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Please visit https://www.un.org/en/observances/un-day for more information on United Nations Day.
Tuesday
26
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LWVCO Climate Emergency Task Force Steering Committee will meet online on Tuesday, October 26 at 10:00 AM
Wednesday
27
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A forum sponsored by the LWV of Larimer County, CO.
The public health system in Colorado and around the country has been challenged and, in many cases, threatened during the COVID pandemic. The need to de-politicize public health has been shown in the many attempts to override public health expertise and evidence in favor of political expediency. Public health leaders will present their ideas on the value of evidence-based decision-making and other strategies to maintain a solid public health system to protect our communities. Representative Cathy Kipp will speak to political strategies and plans to support public health.
Zoom meeting with closed captioning available. Link sent upon registration. Questions for panelists may be sent ahead to Lee Thielen, moderator.
Friday
29
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LWVCO Climate Emergency Task Force Committee of the Whole will meet online on Friday, October 29 at 10:00 AM.
New members are welcome!
Saturday
30
Mission Trace Shopping Center
12:00 PM
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LWVPPR will have a booth at the Southeast COS FREE Farmers Market organized by Solid Rock Community Development & CFAM. Stop by for Ballot Issue information, answer any questions you have about voting and draw some sidewalk chalk while you‘re there.

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