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Empowering Voters. Defending Democracy.

Empoderar a los Votantes. Defiendo la Democracia.


We envision a democracy where every person
has the desire, right, knowledge, and confidence to participate.


Since its inception in 1920, the League of Women Voters has remained nonpartisan,
never endorsing or opposing particular political parties or candidates.
We believe issues and legislation remain above partisan politics
and encourage greater citizen involvement.


The League of Women Voters is a trusted voice for its advocacy and education campaigns.

Join us!


Serving the People of Arapahoe and Douglas Counties, Colorado




The League of Women Voters Is Committed To
Justice, Diversity, Equity, And Inclusion For All.

LWV Está Comprometida Con
La Justicia, La Diversidad, La Equidad Y La Inclusión Para Todos.


Our Policy:
LWV is an organization dually committed to justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion
in principle and in practice.

Justice, equity, diversity and inclusion
are central to the organization’s current and future success
in engaging all individuals, households, communities, and policy makers
in creating a more perfect democracy.
There shall be no barriers to full participation in this organization
on the basis of any characteristic
that can be identified as recognizing/illustrating diversity.


Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events
Upcoming Events


All Events


LWV OF COLORADO - COLORADO COMMUNITY MEDIA - KUNC -
AAUW - EL SEMINARIO - PRO15
CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 4
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY CANDIDATE FORUM


LWV and Colorado Community Media Congressional District 4 Democratic Primary candidate forum

View the candidate forum recording on YouTube
and learn where the candidates stand on the issues.

View the recording



LWV OF COLORADO - COLORADO COMMUNITY MEDIA - KUNC -
AAUW - EL SEMINARIO - PRO15
CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 4
REPUBLICAN PRIMARY CANDIDATE FORUM


LWV and Colorado Community Media Congressional District 4 Republican Primary candidate forum

View the candidate forum recording on YouTube
and learn where the candidates stand on the issues.

View the recording


ELECTION CENTRAL
2024 STATEWIDE ELECTIONS


"THREE ELECTIONS, THREE VOTES"

Mark Your Calendar!

                                         1. Colorado Presidential Primary Election           Tuesday, March 5, 2024
                                         2. Colorado State and County Primary Election  Tuesday, June 25, 2024
                                         3. Colorado General Election                                 Tuesday, November 5, 2024
                                             (Presidential Candidates, Colorado State and County Candidates, Colorado Ballot Issues)


VOTING IN THE COLORADO STATE/COUNTY PRIMARY ELECTION:

To receive a State/County Primary ballot by mail:

  • Register to vote or update your voter registration online at www.GoVoteColorado.gov through June 3, 2024.
  • Mail a voter registration application, apply at a voter registration agency, or at a local driver's license examination facility through June 3; or
  • Apply through a voter registration drive no later than June 3, 2024.
If you miss the above voter registration deadlines, you WILL NOT receive a mailed ballot. You may register to vote in-person and vote in-person at an Arapahoe County or Douglas County Voter Services/Polling Center starting on June 10 through Colorado State/County Election Day June 25 at 7 pm.

If you are registered and have designated a political party, you will receive one primary ballot for that political party.

If you are registered as unaffiliated, you will receive two primary ballots, one Republican and one Democratic primary ballot, but you may ONLY VOTE ON ONE ballot. If you vote on both ballots, your vote WILL NOT BE COUNTED.

Ballots for the Colorado State/County Primary election must be received by 7 pm on June 25, 2024. Postmarks do not count.

You will receive your mail-in State/County Primary ballot{s} between Monday, June 3 and Friday, June 7 if you have registered by the approved deadlines.

Source:
  Colorado Secretary of State voter registration FAQs

Want to promote democracy by supporting the 2024 Colorado Elections?

LWVUS Thank You Election Heroes on red and white flag
We Thank Our Election Workers and Volunteers
For Making Democracy Possible on Colorado State/County Primary Day, June 25


The League of Women Voters of Arapahoe and Douglas Counties members
thank our election officials, workers, and volunteers
in our Arapahoe County Elections, Douglas County Elections,
Municipal and School Board Elections,
and Colorado Secretary of State offices.

We appreciate all your hard work to ensure fair, accurate, and secure elections.
You are the backbone of our democracy and for that we consider you real-life heroes.




Congratulations graduates with picture of several graduates in caps and gowns

CONGRATULATIONS, GRADUATES!

The League of Women Voters
celebrates your accomplishments
and reminds you to register to vote
or update your voter address

It’s easy online 24/7

Colorado Secretary of State voter registration page



THE LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS CELEBRATES
PRIDE MONTH IN JUNE

Because LGBTQIAS2+ Rights Are Human Rights


LWVUS LGBTQIA2S+ rights are human rights


We celebrate equal rights for Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Trans, Queer (or questioning their gender),
Intersex, Asexual and Two-Spirit communities and their allies.

Read the commentary "LGBTQIA+ Discrimination and the Impact of 303 Creative LLC v. Elenis",
the 2023 U.S. Supreme Court decision about LGBTQIA2S+ rights in Colorado,
on the LWV of the United States
  website



QUOTE OF THE DAY


Chief Sitting Bull historic photo 1883


WHAT WILL WE LEAVE FUTURE GENERATIONS?

"Let us put our minds together and see what life we can make for our children."
–Sitting Bull


Read more

☑   ELECTION CENTRAL   
Democracy Matters!

REGISTER TO VOTE

You can also update or check your registration

It's quick and easy 24/7 on the CO Secretary of State website!

Woman holding phone
Colorado Secretary of State website
Election Judges and
Student Election Judges
Are Needed for the
November 5 Election!


Young woman LWV members next to Vote sign

See your County Clerk Elections webpage for information and apply now
Arapahoe County
Douglas County
LWVCO - Colorado Community Media - KUNC - AAUW - El Seminario - PRO15 CD 4 Democratic Primary Candidate Forum

View the candidate forum recording on YouTube

LWV and Colorado Community Media Congressional District 4 Democratic Primary candidate forum
View recording
LWVCO - Colorado Community Media - KUNC - AAUW - El Seminario - PRO15 CD 4 Republican Primary Candidate Forum

LWV and Colorado Trust for Local News Congressional District 4 Republican Primary candidate forum

View the candidate forum recording on YouTube

View recording
☑   ELECTION CENTRAL   
LWV VOTE411.org: Unbiased Election Information
You Can Trust


Visit LWV's VOTE411.org for unbiased candidate and ballot issue information

Happy puppy running All the cool pups vote! Vote411.org
https://VOTE411.org
Colorado State/County Primary Ballots Were Mailed Out June 3 - 7.
Have You Moved?

Dachshund in moving box with voter registration update information

Check or update your voter registration information on the  Colorado Secretary of State website. Starting June 10, go to your county Voter Service / Polling Center:
Arapahoe      Douglas
Colorado 2024 State/County Primary Election
TUESDAY, JUNE 25
Superhero cartoon style writing: I'm Voting - It's My Superpower
Register to vote and/or
return your ballot by 7 pm


Register/vote at a County Voter Service/Polling Center or return your ballot to a drop box. Get in line to register/vote or drop your ballot by 7 pm.
Arapahoe County info
Douglas County info
Stand Up for Colorado's
Secure and Accurate Elections


Colorado County Clerks Association logo
Support Our Colorado
Elections Workers Against
Fraudulent Election Lies


Read Matt Crane's Denver Post editorial
Read warning about unauthorized
door-to-door canvassers
☑   ELECTION CENTRAL   
Think Before You Ink!

It's petition season.
Do you know
what you're signing?


Think before you sign a petition tips
Tips
LWVCO Whitepaper: Colorado's Innovative and Stellar Election System

LWVCO graphic Colorado's Innovative and Stellar Election System

Learn why Colorado's
election process
is secure and accurate


Read the whitepaper
Colorado 2024 General Election
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5
Superhero cartoon style writing: I'm Voting - It's My Superpower
Register to vote and/or
return your ballot by 7 pm


Register/vote at a County Voter Service/Polling Center or return your ballot to a drop box. Get in line to register/vote or drop your ballot by 7 pm.
Arapahoe County info
Douglas County info
Misinformation and Disinformation

Disinformation and Misinformation definitions

Tips for how
to deal with them


Combat them with these tips
The League of Women Voters of Arapahoe and Douglas Counties Issue Committees

Volunteers Are Needed!

Climate Change

Smoke spewing from coal plant

One of the best things we can do to combat climate change is to discuss and share beneficial solutions. Join the discussion!

Read the League of Women Voters' statement urging COP27 delegations to raise climate concerns  here.

View the COP27 Conference
Nov 6 - 18 live blog
 here.

Read The Guardian UK's COP27 Global Day of Action  article

See what LWV of Colorado's Climate Emergency Task Force is doing.

Read Project Drawdown's helpful facts and proposed solutions on their
 website

You're invited to get involved. Learn more and take action by joining a LWVCO Climate Emergency Task Force team:
LWVCO Climate Emergency Task Force

Education

School classroom with students

Based on the League’s commitment to justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion, we believe the earlier drafts of the CO State Board of Education's Social Studies Standards Revisions, such as the November 2021 recommendations issued by the History, Culture, Social Contributions, and Civil Government in Education Commission, are more inclusive and representative of all of Colorado’s diverse citizenry now and throughout its history than the June 2022 Final Recommended Revisions. The earlier revisions better honor the intent of HB19-1192 "Inclusion of American Minorities in Teaching Civil Government".

Learn more and take action by joining the LWVCO Education Task Force:

LWVCO Education Task Force

Elections and Voting Rights

LWVUS member at rally to pass the Freedom to Vote Act to protect voting rights for all in the U.S.

LWV of Arapahoe and Douglas Counties members can contact our Voter Services Committee by emailing lwvadc.defending.democracy at sign gmail dot com with your name and email address. Include VOTER SERVICES in the subject.

League fights disinformation and attempts to weaken our democracy by creating doubt about our election system. The LWVUS Voting Rights webpage is here.

Read the LWV of Colorado's white paper on Colorado's election process to assure accurate and secure elections:  "Colorado's Innovative and Stellar Election System"

The League of Women Voters has lobbied and organized for passage of S.443, the DISCLOSE Act, to limit dark money's influence in elections; S.2747, the Freedom to Vote Act; and H.R.4, the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act; in Congress. Read more here.

Learn more and take action by joining the LWVCO Elections Task Force:
LWVCO Elections Task Force




Gun Violence Prevention


Rally opposing gun violence

The League of Women Voters works with Colorado Ceasefire, Giffords,
and Moms Demand Action to prevent gun violence.


Learn more and take action
by joining the LWVCO Gun Violence Prevention Task Force:
 
LWVCO Gun Violence Prevention Task Force




Health Care


Surgery

The League of Women Voters works for equitable, affordable, accessible health care.

Read updates about the LWVUS Health Care Reform Committee's and the LWVCO's Health Care Task Force's work on our LWVADC Health Care
 webpage You'll also find the LWVUS Health Care Reform Committee's latest newsletter here.

Read this National Public Radio/Kaiser Health News exposé citing audit finding Medicare Advantage plans overbill: article.

Learn more and take action by joining the LWVCO Health Care Task Force:
LWVCO Health Care Task Force



Affordable Housing
and Homelessness


Mobile home community

The League of Women Voters of Arapahoe and Douglas Counties monitors local governments' planning, housing, and homelessness policies, organizes, and testifies on behalf of affordable housing and homelessness services.

Contact LWV of Arapahoe and Douglas Counties' Affordable Housing and Homelessness Committee by emailing your name and email address to lwvadc.defending.democracy at sign gmail dot com with HOUSING in the subject line.

Learn more and take action
by joining the LWVCO Housing Task Force

LWVCO Housing Task Force




News Access and Literacy


Magnifying glass with Truth and Lies text

The League of Women Voters values access to accurate, unbiased information as a cornerstone of democracy.

Learn more and take action
by joining the LWVCO News Access and Literacy Task Force:

News Access and Literacy Task Force




Alternative Voting Methods


Graphic of population sectors

The League of Women Voters studies and assesses the advantages of alternative methods of voting.

Learn more and take action
by joining the LWVCO Alternative Voting Methods Task Force:

Alternative Voting Methods Task Force




Reproductive Choice


LWVUS statement on the
U.S. Supreme Court Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health

Read the League of Women Voters'
statement on the
U.S. Supreme Court's
Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health
decision
here.

Learn more and take action
by joining the LWVCO Reproductive Justice Task Force:
Reproductive Justice Task Force

📅   LEAGUE EVENT CALENDAR   📅
Think Before You Ink!

It's petition season.
Do you know
what you're signing?


Think before you sign a petition tips
Tips
Election Judges and
Student Election Judges
Are Needed for the
November 5 Election!


Young woman LWV members next to Vote sign

See your County Clerk Elections webpage now for information and apply now
Arapahoe County
Douglas County
LWVUS ClubExpress Event Calendar Volunteers
Support Meeting


Tips from League mentors
to help with Events Calendar tasks using ClubExpress


TUESDAY, JUNE 18
AT NOON MT ONLINE


Woman arranging post-its on wall
Register
LWVCO Local and State League Delegates to 2024 National Convention Meeting

Women meeting, laughing, talking

Our delegates will discuss and plan

TUESDAY, JUNE 18
AT 5:30 PM ONLINE

Register
📅   LEAGUE EVENT CALENDAR   📅
Program Committee Meeting. All Members
Are Invited!


Woman speaking

Help plan meetings on League issue positions and guest speaker presentations

TUESDAY, JUNE 18
AT 7:00 PM ONLINE

More info
Juneteenth Holiday

Juneteenth flag


The League of Women Voters commemorates Juneteenth

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19

Read more
LWVUS ClubExpress Membership Volunteers Support Meeting

Tips from League mentors
to help with Membership tasks using ClubExpress


WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19
AT NOON MT ONLINE


Meeting immigrants welcome here
Register
LWVUS ClubExpress Newsletter/Communications Support Forum

Meeting women writing

Tips from League mentors
to help with ClubExpress


WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19
AT NOON MT ONLINE


Register

CLICK HERE FOR MORE LEAGUE CALENDAR EVENTS
Accordion Widget
LWVUS Framing the Future Update for League Members

Two League  women volunteers

Hear about the new LWVUS Membership Structure plan to grow League

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19
AT 2:00 PM MT ONLINE


Register
Featured Community Event: Heather Gardens Social Justice Group Meeting

LWVADC members are invited!

THURSDAY, JUNE 20
10:00 AM IN-PERSON


Homeless man holding sign saying never look down on someone

Read more
LWVADC Management Team Planning Retreat

Laptop with post-its stuck all over the screen

Management Team members will meet to plan their work in the coming year

THURSDAY, JUNE 20
AT 11:30 AM IN-PERSON

Info
LWVCO Elections Task Force Meeting

Get involved with League empowering voters and defending elections

THURSDAY, JUNE 20
AT NOON ONLINE


LWVCO election security effort graphic
Register

CLICK HERE FOR MORE LEAGUE CALENDAR EVENTS
Accordion Widget
LWVUS Climate Change
Forests and Wildfires Committee Meeting


Learn how climate change
affects forests and wildfires


FRIDAY, JUNE 21
AT 11:00 AM MT ONLINE


Wildfire burning in hills
Details
Anniversary of
Title IX


Women's basketball team playing basketball

Since 1972 it guarantees women and girls equal treatment in education, regardless of their sexual
orientation and gender identity


SUNDAY, JUNE 23
Read more
2nd Anniversary of Overturning Roe v. Wade and Abortion Rights

LWV rally for reproductive freedom

The League supports reproductive freedom for all

MONDAY, JUNE 24

Read more
Featured Community Event: Denver Women's Strike for Reproductive Freedom

Women's March rally for reproductive rights and ending gender violence

MONDAY, JUNE 24
AT 10:00 AM IN-PERSON


LWV rally for reproductive freedom
Details and RSVP

CLICK HERE FOR MORE LEAGUE CALENDAR EVENTS
Accordion Widget
Featured Community Event: D.C. Women's Strike for Reproductive Freedom

LWV rally for reproductive freedom

Women's March rally for reproductive rights and ending gender violence

MONDAY, JUNE 24
AT NOON MT IN-PERSON AND ONLINE

Detail and RSVP
LWVUS Weekly Election Rumors Misinformation/ Disinformation Meeting

Facts and magnifying glass

Keep up with the latest information

MONDAY, JUNE 24
AT 1:30 PM MT ONLINE


Register
Colorado 2024 State/ County Primary Election
TUESDAY, JUNE 25
Register to vote and/or return your ballot by 7 pm
Superhero cartoon style writing: I'm Voting - It's My Superpower
Register and vote at a County Voter Service/Polling Center or return your ballot to a drop box. Get in line to register and vote or return your ballot to a drop box by 7 pm.
Arapahoe County info
Douglas County info
LWVADC Members: Lunch Bunch

Our monthly event for socializing and fun.
All LWVADC members
are invited


TUESDAY, JUNE 25
AT 11:30 AM IN-PERSON


Lunch Bunch place setting with welcome printed on napkin
Join us

CLICK HERE FOR MORE LEAGUE CALENDAR EVENTS
Accordion Widget
Bike to Work Day

Find out more about Bike to Work Day and how we can combat climate change by using alternative transportation

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26

Bike rack full of bicycles

Read more
LWVUS 2024 National Convention

Members, have a voice in planning League's future

THURSDAY, JUNE 27 -
SUNDAY, JUNE 30
IN-PERSON AND ONLINE


Woman speaking at meeting
More info
LWVUS National Popular Vote: Turn Up for One Person, One Vote

Two women - League of Women Voters members

A panel of experts discuss Electoral College problems

THURSDAY, JUNE 27
AT 5:00 PM MT ONLINE

Details
LWVCO Education Task Force Meeting

LWVCO Education Task Force meeting - two students young boys

Learn about how you can support education in Colorado. All League members are invited!

THURSDAY, JUNE 27
AT 5:30 PM ONLINE

Register

CLICK HERE FOR MORE LEAGUE CALENDAR EVENTS
Accordion Widget
Anniversary of 1969 Stonewall Uprising

The League believes that LGBTQIA2S+ rights are
human rights


FRIDAY, JUNE 28

Stonewall pride flag colors

Read more
LWVUS Health Care Reform Committee Meeting

Be a part of League's work to improve health care for all

SUNDAY, JUNE 30
AT 6:00 PM MT ONLINE


Surgery

Register
Anniversary of Passage the 26th Amendment

Young woman with Vote411 sticker

The League of Women Voters celebrates ratification of the amendment in 1971 that gave 18 year olds the right to vote

MONDAY, JULY 1

Read more
LWVUS Weekly Election Rumors Misinformation/ Disinformation Meeting

Keep up with the latest information

MONDAY, JULY 1
AT 1:30 PM MT ONLINE


Facts and magnifying glass

Register

CLICK HERE FOR MORE LEAGUE CALENDAR EVENTS
Accordion Widget
LWVUS ClubExpress Planning & Implementation Support Meeting for Volunteers Getting Started With ClubExpress

Learn from League mentors
how ClubExpress can help
with League tasks


TUESDAY, JULY 2
AT NOON MT ONLINE

Meeting women with post-its
Register
INDEPENDENCE DAY

Top section of U.S. Constitution

The League of Women Voters honors U.S. democracy as we
celebrate Independence Day
on July 4


THURSDAY, JULY 4

Read more
Featured Community Event: NAACP Aurora Monthly Meeting

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. quote about injustice

LWVADC is a community ally and our members are invited

SATURDAY, JULY 6
AT 10:00 AM ONLINE

Learn more
LWVUS Weekly Election Rumors Misinformation/ Disinformation Meeting

Keep up with the latest information

MONDAY, JULY 8
AT 1:30 PM MT ONLINE


Facts and magnifying glass

Register

CLICK HERE FOR MORE LEAGUE CALENDAR EVENTS
Accordion Widget
LWVADC Action and Advocacy Committee Meeting

Rosie the Riveter - Making Democracy Work

Hear what you can do to make
a difference. All LWVADC members are invited!


MONDAY, JULY 8
AT 7:00 PM ONLINE ONLY

Please RSVP
Black Women’s
Equal Pay Day


Black women must work through today for pay comparable to men’s 2023 pay. That’s 66 cents on the dollar for all working Black women

TUESDAY, JULY 9

“Money”
Read more
LWVCO New Member Orientation

I didn't know League did that text

Learn more about State and National League, whether you're a new member or not. Enhance your League experience!

TUESDAY, JULY 9
AT 5:30 PM ONLINE

Details
Program Committee Meeting. All Members Are Invited!

Woman speaking

Help plan meetings on League issue positions and guest speaker presentations

TUESDAY, JULY 9
AT 7:00 PM ONLINE

More info

CLICK HERE FOR MORE LEAGUE CALENDAR EVENTS
Accordion Widget
LWVADC J.E.D.I. Committee Meeting

Help League become more
just, equitable, diverse,
and inclusive


WEDNESDAY, JULY 10
AT 1:00 PM ONLINE


LWV rally to support immigrant rights
More info
LWVCO Gun Violence Prevention Task Force

Hear what you can do to help prevent gun violence

WEDNESDAY, JULY 10
AT 5:30 PM ONLINE


Rally against gun violence

Register
LWVCO Reproductive Freedom Task Force Meeting


Pregnant woman
Concerned about
reproductive rights?
Be a part of League's work


THURSDAY, JULY 11
AT 5:30 PM ONLINE

Register
ECMC Lowry CAP Fracking Public Hearing

Drilling rig

Members are needed to attend and support protections for the Southshore neighborhood and Aurora Reservoir.

MONDAY, JULY 15
AT 9:00 AM ONLINE

Hearing info

CLICK HERE FOR MORE LEAGUE CALENDAR EVENTS
Accordion Widget
LWVUS Weekly Election Rumors Misinformation/ Disinformation Meeting

Facts and magnifying glass

Keep up with the latest information

MONDAY, JULY 15
AT 1:30 PM MT ONLINE


Register
Suffragist Ida B. Wells-Barnett's Birthday

The League of Women Voters celebrates the accomplishments of
Ida B. Wells-Barnett


TUESDAY, JULY 16

Ida B. Wells-Barnett public domain
Read more
LWVDC John Lewis Day of Commemoration and Action

U.S. Capitol exterior

Hear about the new LWVUS Membership Structure plan to grow League

WEDNESDAY, JULY 17

Register
LWVUS ClubExpress Membership Volunteers Support Meeting

Tips from League mentors
to help with Membership tasks using ClubExpress


WEDNESDAY, JULY 17
AT NOON MT ONLINE


Meeting immigrants welcome here
Register

CLICK HERE FOR MORE LEAGUE CALENDAR EVENTS
Accordion Widget
LWVUS Framing the Future Update for League Members

Two League  women volunteers

Hear about the new LWVUS Membership Structure plan to grow League

WEDNESDAY, JULY 17
AT 2:00 PM MT ONLINE


Register
ECMC Meeting With Lowry CAP Fracking Decision

Drilling rig

Members are needed to attend and support protections for the Southshore neighborhood and Aurora Reservoir.

THURSDAY, JULY 18
AT 9:00 AM ONLINE

Hearing info
LWVCO Elections Task Force Meeting

Get involved with League empowering voters and defending elections

THURSDAY, JULY 18
AT NOON ONLINE


LWVCO election security effort graphic
Register
Anniversary of Seneca Falls Convention

LWV celebrates the first women's rights
convention in 1848


JULY 19 - JULY 20

Suffragists marching
Read more

CLICK HERE FOR MORE LEAGUE CALENDAR EVENTS
Accordion Widget
ECMC Meeting With Lowry CAP Fracking Decision

Drilling rig

Members are needed to attend and support protections for the Southshore neighborhood and Aurora Reservoir.

FRIDAY, JULY 19
AT 9:00 AM ONLINE

Hearing info
LWVUS Climate Change
Forests and Wildfires Committee Meeting


Learn how climate change
affects forests and wildfires


FRIDAY, JULY 19
AT 11:00 AM MT ONLINE


Wildfire burning in hills
Details
LWVUS Weekly Election Rumors Misinformation/ Disinformation Meeting

Facts and magnifying glass

Keep up with the latest information

MONDAY, JULY 22
AT 1:30 PM MT ONLINE


Register
LWVCO Alternative Voting Methods Task Force Meeting

Learn more alternative voting methods and their benefits

MONDAY, JULY 22
AT 5:30 PM ONLINE


Voting alternative methods abstract representation of counts

Register

CLICK HERE FOR MORE LEAGUE CALENDAR EVENTS
Accordion Widget
LWVCO News Access and Literacy Task Force Meeting

Democracy depends on Accurate and unbiased news. All League members are invited

TUESDAY, JULY 23
AT 4:30 PM ONLINE


Truth and lies
Register
Concerned About Homelessness and
Affordable Housing?


Be part of our LWVADC Housing and Homelessness Committee.
All LWVADC members invited!


MONDAY, JULY 29
AT 9:30 AM ONLINE

Word cloud unemployment debt
Learn more
📅   COMMUNITY GOVERNMENT MEETINGS CALENDAR   📅
Aurora Police Oversight Town Hall Meeting

Police car blue flashing lights

View the recording of the latest Aurora Police Monitor report town hall meeting


Meeting recording
Read the Latest Aurora Independent Monitor Report

Read the April 15, 2024 report on Aurora police reform progress mandated by the consent decree


Police yellow vest

April 15 report
Arapahoe County Commission Study Session

Open to the public

TUESDAY, JUNE 18
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
IN-PERSON AND ONLINE


Meeting woman taking notes
Meeting info
Colorado Interbasin Compact Committee Meeting

Learn more about water resources in Colorado

TUESDAY, JUNE 18
AT 9:00 AM ONLINE


Water in reservoir

Meeting info
📅   COMMUNITY GOVERNMENT MEETINGS CALENDAR - CONTINUED   📅
Colorado Department of Natural Resources Colorado Natural Areas Council Meeting

Learn more about protecting air quality in Colorado

TUESDAY, JUNE 18
AT 9:30 AM IN-PERSON
AND ONLINE


Air pollution from coal plant
Meeting info
Heather Gardens
Association Meeting


Meeting attendees taking notes” style=

Stay current with the
Heather Gardens Association


TUESDAY, JUNE 18
AT 1:00 PM IN-PERSON

Meeting info
Lone Tree City Council
Study Session and Meeting


Keep up with the latest news from Lone Tree

TUESDAY, JUNE 18
AT 4:30 PM AND 7:00 PM
IN-PERSON AND ONLINE


Meeting conference room

Meeting info
Douglas County School Board Meeting

Join the discussion on the issues being debated

TUESDAY, JUNE 18
AT 5:00 PM IN-PERSON
AND ONLINE


School bus

Meeting info

CLICK HERE FOR MORE COMMUNITY GOVERNMENT CALENDAR EVENTS
Accordion Widget
Castle Rock Town Council Meeting

Meeting audience casual

Keep up with Town Council events

TUESDAY, JUNE 18
AT 6:00 PM IN-PERSON
AND ONLINE


Meeting info
Greenwood Village City Council Meeting

The public is invited

TUESDAY, JUNE 18
AT 6:00 PM IN-PERSON
AND ONLINE


Meeting audience
Meeting info
Highlands Ranch Community Association
Delegate and Board Meeting


Highlands Ranch Community Association Election 2022 info from website screenshot
Learn more about Highlands Ranch issues

TUESDAY, JUNE 18
AT 6:00 PM IN-PERSON

Meeting info
Arapahoe County Planning
Commission Meeting


Speak out on issues like neighborhood fracking and affordable housing

TUESDAY, JUNE 18
6:30 PM IN-PERSON AND ONLINE


Oil and gas drilling rig

Meeting info

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Cherry Hills Village City Council Meeting

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Keep up with Cherry Hills
Town Council decisions


TUESDAY, JUNE 18
AT 6:30 PM IN-PERSON
AND ONLINE


Meeting info
Columbine Valley Board of Trustees Meeting

Be a part of Columbine Valley Board decisions

TUESDAY, JUNE 18
AT 6:30 IN-PERSON


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Meeting info
Englewood City
Planning and Zoning Meeting


Meeting large conference room table

Advocate for affordable housing

TUESDAY, JUNE 18
AT 6:30 PM IN-PERSON
AND ONLINE

Meeting info
Highlands Ranch Metro
District Board Study Session


Meeting audience reading studying info

Keep up with
Highlands Ranch news


WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19
AT 6:00 PM IN-PERSON
AND ONLINE

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Byers Schools Board of Education Meeting

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Keep up with Byers Schools decisions

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19
AT 6:55 PM
IN-PERSON

Meeting info
Water: North Platte Basin Roundtable Meeting

Learn more about Colorado water issues

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19
AT 7:00 PM ONLINE


Drop of water

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Colorado Air Quality Control Commission Annual Planning Retreat

Learn more about protecting air quality in Colorado

THURDAY, JUNE 20
AT 8:00 AM IN-PERSON
AND ONLINE


Air pollution from coal plant

Meeting info
Colorado Department of Transportation Commission Meeting and Workshops

Help fight climate change

THURSDAY, JUNE 20
AT 9:00 AM IN-PERSON
AND ONLINE


Traffic jam

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Colorado State Board
of Health Meeting


Advocate for clean water
and air in Colorado


THURSDAY, JUNE 20
AT 10:00 AM ONLINE


Toxic waste barrels dumped on river bank

Meeting info
Colorado Department of Natural Resources Colorado Wildlife Council Meeting

Learn more about protecting air quality in Colorado

THURSDAY, JUNE 20
AT 10:00 AM IN-PERSON
AND ONLINE


Air pollution from coal plant
Meeting info
Heather Gardens Metro District Board Meeting

Meeting attendees taking notes

Have a voice in Heather Gardens Metro District decisions

THURSDAY, JUNE 20
AT 1:00 PM ONLINE


Meeting info
Arapahoe County Commission District 3 and District 2

The public is invited to hear Commissioners Jeff Baker and Jessica Campbell

TUESDAY, JUNE 20
6:00 PM IN-PERSON
AND ONLINE


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Aurora At-Large Town Hall with Alison Coombs, Curtis Gardner, Danielle Jurinsky, and Dustin Zvonek

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Discuss issues of importance such as affordable housing

THURSDAY, JUNE 20
AT 6:00 PM IN-PERSON

Meeting info
Larkspur Town Council Meeting

Keep up with the Larkspur Council decisions

THURSDAY, JUNE 20
AT 6:00 PM IN-PERSON
AND ONLINE


Meeting small audience

Meeting info
Town of Foxfield Board of Trustees Meeting

Women in audience of meeting taking notes

Keep up with Foxfield
Board of Trustees decisions


THURSDAY, JUNE 20
AT 6:30 PM IN-PERSON
AND ONLINE


Meeting info
Colorado Air Quality Control Commission Annual Planning Retreat

Learn more about protecting air quality in Colorado

FRIDAY, JUNE 21
AT 8:00 AM IN-PERSON
AND ONLINE


Air pollution from coal plant

Meeting info

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ECMC Lowry CAP Fracking Public Hearing

Drilling rig

Members are needed to attend and support protections for the Southshore neighborhood and Aurora Reservoir.

MONDAY, JULY 15
AT 9:00 AM ONLINE

Hearing info
League of Women Voters of Arapahoe and Douglas Counties

Address: 
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Phone: 
720-722-3318

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