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Empowering Voters. Defending Democracy.

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


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
☑   ELECTION CENTRAL   
Candidate Filing Deadline for Colorado Special District Elections

Woman speaking at meeting

Candidates are needed!
Live in a special district?
Run for your board.


FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2023
Learn more
Colorado Special District Elections

TUESDAY, MAY 2, 2023

If you live in a special district, learn who is on the ballot or sign up to run for your board by February 24

League of Women Voters voter registration table
Information
Special Districts in Colorado

Few people are involved in decisions. Just a few votes really matter.

Meeting laptop keyboard and glasses

SB22-136: Special District Reform bill failed
Colorado’s Special Legislative Session Ends With No Fix For Special Districts
☑   ELECTION CENTRAL   
Democracy Matters!

REGISTER TO VOTE
Update or check your registration

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


LWV Voter Registration and Dog with Vote411 Button

https://govotecolorado.gov
Spring 2023: Vote in Your Municipal and Special District Elections

Superhero cartoon style writing: I'm Voting - It's My Superpower

Your vote matters!

Arapahoe County elections
Douglas County elections

LWVUS Thank You Election Heroes on red and white flag
Thank You Election Heroes 

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,
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.





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.
You're invited to get involved.
 
task force webpage

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

Attend a Fridays for Future rally in downtown Denver to advocate for climate emergency action now: climate rally info

Be a Part of the League of Women Voters' Action On These Issues:

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 League's

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.

League of Women Voters of Arapahoe and Douglas Counties members can join our Voter Services Committee and volunteer to register voters by emailing us at: here

League works to provide information and fights disinformation and attempts to weaken our democracy by creating doubt about our election system. See LWV of Colorado's LWVUS voting rights

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. See League's Voting Rights webpage.

Learn more and take action by joining League's 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 League's
 
Gun Violence Prevention Task Force




Health Care


Surgery

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

Read the LWV of the U.S. Health Care Reform Committee's latest
 newsletter.

Learn about League's health care reform efforts and find information about the next online meeting on our Health Care webpage.

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

Learn more and take action by joining League's Health Care Reform Committee



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.

Join the League of Women Voters of Arapahoe and Douglas Counties'
Affordable Housing and Homelessness Committee by emailing


Learn more and take action
by joining League's

Housing Task Force




News Access and Literacy


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

Learn more and take action
by joining League's

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 League's

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 League's
Reproductive Justice Task Force

📅   LEAGUE EVENT CALENDAR   📅
Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission
Stakeholder Meeting 2 of 4


Climate change oil and gas drilling rig

Keep up with COGCC meetings and info about Lowry Ranch planned drilling in Aurora

MONDAY, JANUARY 30
AT 6:00 PM ONLINE

Details
Discuss the World

Great Decisions study manual cover from Foreign Policy Association 2023

in our Great Decisions
Discussion Group Meetings


TUESDAY, JANUARY 31
AT 11:30 AM ONLINE

More info
LWVCO Special Districts:
The Elections You Don't Know About


Make these governments transparent and accountable

TUESDAY, JANUARY 31
AT 5:30 PM ONLINE


Dog with glasses working on laptop

Register
LWVCO Statewide
League Dialogue


Meeting pen paper coffee

All League members are invited
for this update on League's priorities and work in Colorado


THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2
AT NOON ONLINE


Register
📅   LEAGUE EVENT CALENDAR - CONTINUED   📅
Aurora Ward VI Town Hall with Françoise Bergan

Meeting audience

Discuss issues such as the proposed Lowry Ranch
planned drilling project


WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2
AT 6:00 PM IN-PERSON


Meeting info
Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission
Stakeholder Meeting 3 of 4


Climate change oil and gas drilling rig

Keep up with COGCC meetings and info about Lowry Ranch planned drilling in Aurora

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3
AT 1:00 PM ONLINE

Details
LWVCO Climate Emergency Task Force Steering Committee Meeting

League members
are welcome to join this committee


TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3
AT 4:30 PM ONLINE


Climate change bee pollinating lavender-colored flower
Details
Featured Community Event: Fridays for Future
Climate Strike in Denver


Join Fridays for the Future to speak out against the climate emergency

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3
AT 4:30 PM IN-PERSON


Traffic polluting the air and contributing to climate change

Denver Fridays for Future climate rally
COP27 Global Day of Action Guardian article

CLICK HERE FOR MORE LEAGUE CALENDAR EVENTS
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Concerned About Homelessness and Affordable Housing?
Word cloud unemployment debt

Be part of our LWVADC Homelessness / Affordable Housing Committee.
All LWVADC members welcome!


MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6
AT 9:00 AM ONLINE

Details
Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission
Stakeholder Meeting 4 of 4


Climate change oil and gas drilling rig

Keep up with COGCC meetings and info about Lowry Ranch planned drilling in Aurora

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6
AT 10:00 AM ONLINE

Details
LWVCO Education Task Force Meeting

All League members invited!
Be a part of League's work


MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6
AT 5:30 PM ONLINE


Girl at blackboard doing math problem

Register
Discuss the World

Great Decisions study manual cover from Foreign Policy Association 2023

in our Great Decisions
Discussion Group Meetings


TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7
AT 11:30 AM ONLINE

More info



CLICK HERE FOR MORE LEAGUE CALENDAR EVENTS
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LWVCO Health Care Task Force Meeting

Be a part of League's work to make health care affordable, accessible and equitable

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7
AT 5:30 PM ONLINE


LWVCO Health Care Task Force meeting info
Register
Program Committee Meeting
All LWVADC Members Are Invited!


Have a voice in League issue positions!

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7
AT 6:30 PM ONLINE


Meeting with women laughing
More info
LWVADC J.E.D.I. Committee Meeting

LWV rally to support immigrant rights

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


WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8
AT 1:00 PM ONLINE

More info
LWVUS ClubExpress Webpages Support Meeting for League Web Admins

Tips from League mentors
about ClubExpress webpages


WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8
AT 3:30 PM MT ONLINE


Dog with glasses working on laptop

Register



CLICK HERE FOR MORE LEAGUE CALENDAR EVENTS
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LWV Larimer Deliberative Journalism Project Community Update

Truth and lies

The project's goal is to
re-imagine local journalism


THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9
AT 3:30 PM ONLINE


Register
LWVCO Reproductive Justice Task Force Meeting

Pregnant woman

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


THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9
AT 5:30 PM ONLINE

Register
Featured Community Event: Fridays for Future
Climate Strike in Denver


Join Fridays for the Future to speak out against the climate emergency

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10
AT 4:30 PM IN-PERSON


Traffic polluting the air and contributing to climate change

Denver Fridays for Future climate rally
COP27 Global Day of Action Guardian article
LWV of Alabama Voter Suppression Forum

LWV of Alabama voter suppression forum event info

All League members are invited to this panel discussion online

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13
5:00 PM MT ONLINE


Register



CLICK HERE FOR MORE LEAGUE CALENDAR EVENTS
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LWVCO Alternative Voting Methods Task Force Meeting

Learn more alternative voting methods and their benefits

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13
AT 6:30 PM ONLINE


Voting alternative methods abstract representation of counts

Register
LWV Celebrates Its
103rd Birthday


Happy League of Women Voters Day February 14 graphic with valentine theme

We celebrate 103 years
of registering and
informing voters


TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14

More about LWV
LWVUS "People Powered League" Day of Action Event

LWV celebrates 103 years of empowering voters with a streaming Facebook event

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14
AT 9:00 AM MT ONLINE


Woman speaker
Stream event live info
LWVADC Book
Discussion Group
The Light We Carry
by Michelle Obama


All League members welcome!

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14
AT 11:30 AM ONLINE


The Light We Carry by Michelle Obama
More info



CLICK HERE FOR MORE LEAGUE CALENDAR EVENTS
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LWVUS ClubExpress Membership Volunteers Support Meeting

Meeting immigrants welcome here

Tips from League mentors
to help with Membership tasks using ClubExpress


WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15
AT NOON MT ONLINE

Register
LWVCO Gun Violence Task Force Meeting

Take action on preventing death due to gun violence

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15
AT 5:30 PM ONLINE


Rally against gun violence

More info
February Member Meeting: LWVADC Local Positions Review

Members, we need your input
on our local issue positions


WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15
AT 7:00 PM ONLINE


Woman at meeting applauding
Details
LWVCO Climate Emergency Task Force Tribal Waters Presentation

Guest speaker Dr. Michael Kotutwa Johnson of the Hopi Tribe. All members invited!

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16
AT 10:00 AM ONLINE


Climate change Colorado reservoir
Register



CLICK HERE FOR MORE LEAGUE CALENDAR EVENTS
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LWVCO COP27 Presentation with Dr. Toni Larson

Don't miss this climate emergency update

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16
AT 5:30 PM ONLINE


Climate change rally: Wake up! Emergency!
Register
Get Involved With
Voter Services


Child with Future Voter sticker on hand

Register voters and
protect voting rights.
All LWVADC members invited


THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16
AT 6:30 PM ONLINE

Join us
LWVUS Climate Change
Wildfires Committee Meeting


Learn how climate change
affects wildfires


FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17
AT NOON MT ONLINE


Wildfire burning in hills

Details
Featured Community Event: Fridays for Future
Climate Strike in Denver


Join Fridays for the Future to speak out against the climate emergency

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17
AT 4:30 PM IN-PERSON


Traffic polluting the air and contributing to climate change

Denver Fridays for Future climate rally
COP27 Global Day of Action Guardian article



CLICK HERE FOR MORE LEAGUE CALENDAR EVENTS
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LWVCO Affordable Housing Task Force Meeting

Mobile home park

Be a part of League's affordable housing effort

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20
AT 11:45 AM ONLINE


Register
Discuss the World

in our Great Decisions
Discussion Group Meetings


TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21
AT 11:30 AM ONLINE


Great Decisions study manual cover from Foreign Policy Association 2023
More info
LWVUS ClubExpress Newsletter/Communications Support Forum

Meeting women writing

Tips from League mentors
to help with ClubExpress


WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22
AT NOON MT ONLINE


Register here
LWVUS Issue Positions 2022-2024 Update

Update on League's national issue positions from the LWVUS 2022 National Convention

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22 AT 1:00 PM MT ONLINE

U.S. Capitol dome exterior
Register



CLICK HERE FOR MORE LEAGUE CALENDAR EVENTS
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LWV Fremont, WY Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Presentation

Native American Woman statue

Learn about the statewide study. All League members are invited!

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22
AT 5:30 PM ONLINE

Register
LWVUS ClubExpress Roundtable for Members

Laptop with many post-its stuck to the screen

Tips from League mentors to help with League tasks. All League members are invited!

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23
AT NOON MT ONLINE


Register
LWVCO Reproductive Justice Task Force Meeting

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


THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23
AT 5:30 PM ONLINE


Pregnant woman
Register
Election Central: Candidate Filing Deadline for Colorado Special District Elections

Woman speaking at meeting

Candidates are needed!
Live in a special district?
Run for your board.


FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2023
Click here for info



CLICK HERE FOR MORE LEAGUE CALENDAR EVENTS
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LWVUS Health Care Reform Committee Meeting

Surgery

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

SUNDAY FEBRUARY 26
AT 6:00 PM MT ONLINE


Register
Anniversary of U.S. Supreme Court Upholding 19th Amendment

League works to safeguard the right to vote for women
and for everyone


MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27

Two women holding vote sign historic 1922
Read more
LWVCO Affordable Housing Task Force Meeting

Mobile home park

Be a part of League's affordable housing effort

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27
AT 11:45 AM ONLINE


Register
Management Team Meeting

LWV volunteers in picture frame

LWVADC leadership's
monthly meeting


MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27
AT 6:30 PM ONLINE


Info
LWVCO News Access and Literacy Task Force Forum: Sunshine and Shadows

Balancing the Need for Public Awareness and Government Efficiency. All League members are invited

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28
AT 5:30 PM ONLINE


Truth and lies
Register
Sunshine Week 2023

Sunshine Week 2023 info

Open government, freedom of information, and open access are pillars of democracy

SUNDAY, MARCH 12 -
SATURDAY, MARCH 18


Details


📅   COMMUNITY GOVERNMENT MEETINGS CALENDAR   📅
Arapahoe County
Commission Study Session


Open to the public

MONDAY, JANUARY 30
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
IN-PERSON AND ONLINE


Meeting woman taking notes

Study session info
Water: Colorado Basin Roundtable Meeting

Learn more about Colorado water issues

MONDAY, JANUARY 30
AT NOON IN-PERSON AND ONLINE


Drop of water

Meeting info
Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission
Stakeholder Meeting 2 of 4


Climate change oil and gas drilling rig

Keep up with COGCC meetings and info about Lowry Ranch planned drilling in Aurora

MONDAY, JANUARY 30
AT 6:00 PM ONLINE

Details
Aurora City Council Meeting

Meeting auditorium seats

Learn more about Aurora's decisionmaking

MONDAY, JANUARY 30
AT 6:30 PM IN-PERSON
AND ONLINE


Details

CLICK HERE FOR MORE COMMUNITY GOVERNMENT CALENDAR EVENTS
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Arapahoe County
Commission Study Session


Open to the public

TUESDAY, JANUARY 31
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
IN-PERSON AND ONLINE


Meeting woman taking notes

Study session info
Highlands Ranch Metro
District Board Meeting


Meeting audience reading studying info

Keep up with
Highlands Ranch news


TUESDAY, JANUARY 31
AT 6:00 PM IN-PERSON
AND ONLINE

Meeting info
Aurora Ward VI Town Hall with Françoise Bergan

Meeting audience

Discuss issues such as the proposed Lowry Ranch
planned drilling project


THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2
AT 6:00 PM IN-PERSON


Meeting info
Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission
Stakeholder Meeting 3 of 4


Climate change oil and gas drilling rig

Keep up with COGCC meetings and info about Lowry Ranch planned drilling in Aurora

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3
AT 1:00 PM ONLINE

Details



CLICK HERE FOR MORE COMMUNITY GOVERNMENT CALENDAR EVENTS
Accordion Widget
Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission
Stakeholder Meeting 4 of 4


Climate change oil and gas drilling rig

Keep up with COGCC meetings and info about Lowry Ranch planned drilling in Aurora

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6
AT 10:00 AM ONLINE

Details


LEAGUE STATEMENTS
LWV Statement on the Second Anniversary of January 6th Insurrection

Read Dr. Turner's and Virginia Kase's statement on why we must ensure that this historic threat to our democracy
never happens again


US Capitol dome exterior
Read the statement
LWV Welcomes 118th Congress

US Capitol hallway

League looks forward to working with the new Congress and prioritizing issues that impact
our democracy and the
American people most


Read the statement
LWV Statement on January 6th Committee's Final Business Meeting

Read Dr. Turner's statement on extreme interests' attempt to undermine American democracy and why reform of the Electoral Count Act was so important

LWV supports passing S.443 the DISCLOSE Act to limit dark money in elections. LWVUS CEO Virginia Kase Solomón testifies for the DISCLOSE Act before US Senate Rules Committee
Read the statement
Electoral Count Reform Act Passes in Senate Omnibus Bill

US Congress committee room

League celebrates this step towards ensuring our country never experiences another January 6 insurrection

Read the statement
LEAGUE STATEMENTS - CONTINUED
LWV Statement on Moore v. Harper U.S. Supreme Court Oral Arguments

Read League's statement on why the Independent State Legislature Theory is a dangerous, fringe ideology threatening our democracy

US Capitol dome exterior
Read the statement
LWV Response to Tragedy at Club Q in Colorado Springs

LWVUS LGBTQ+ rights are human rights

League stands in solidarity with the LGBTQ+ community
and works for common sense gun safety laws


Read the statement
LWV Calls on Congress to Protect Dreamers

Read League's call for permanently protecting recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program

LWV rally to support immigrant rights

Read the statement
LWV supports passing
S.443, the DISCLOSE Act,
in the US Senate


Voters deserve to know
who is influencing elections


LWV supports passing S.443 the DISCLOSE Act to limit dark money in elections. LWVUS CEO Virginia Kase Solomón testifies for the DISCLOSE Act before US Senate Rules Committee
Read the bill
Thank Senators Bennet and Hickenlooper
for cosponsoring the bill
LEAGUE STATEMENTS - CONTINUED
50th Anniversary of Roe v. Wade Decision

Pregnant woman holding man's hand

The League of Women Voters supports reproductive choice and justice

SUNDAY, JANUARY 22

Know your rights
TAKE ACTION!
Member Volunteers Needed!
Help With Our Observer Corps Project


Meeting attendee taking notes
Help LWVADC monitor our local representatives' meetings

Volunteer by emailing
your name and email address to lwvadc.defending.democracy at gmail dot com with OBSERVER CORPS
in the subject
Members Volunteers Needed!
Help Us Plan Upcoming
Meeting Presentations


Be a part of our
exciting work informing members and the public

Meeting laptop with many post-its on screen
Volunteer by emailing
your name and email address to lwvadc.defending.democracy at gmail dot com with PROGRAM COMMITTEE
in the subject
Member Volunteers Needed!
Help With Our Civics Education Project


LWVADC Constitution Day poster
with our civics teacher materials
Volunteer by emailing
your name and email address to lwvadc.defending.democracy at gmail dot com with CIVICS EDUCATION
in the subject
Member Volunteers Needed For Our
Homelessness/Affordable Housing Committee


You can make a difference
Living in a car
Volunteer by emailing
your name and email address to lwvadc.defending.democracy at gmail dot com with HOUSING COMMITTEE
in the subject
TAKE ACTION - CONTINUED
Member Volunteers Needed!
Help Us Register Voters


Be a part of the League's
mission empowering voters


LWV t-shirt that says I can help you register to vote
Volunteer by emailing
your name and email address to lwvadc.defending.democracy at gmail dot com with VOTER SERVICES
in the subject
Member Volunteers Needed!
Reproductive Rights Work


Reproductive rights are health care rights. Be a part of League's effort!

League rally for reproductive rights
Volunteer by emailing
your name and email address to lwvadc.defending.democracy at gmail dot com with REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS
in the subject
Take Action Today
on Climate Change


SEE WHAT LEAGUE
IS DOING NOW



Image of the earth
Click here for info
Concerned About Health
Care Affordability, Availability, and Equity?



Health care worker in scrubs giving the thumbs up sign

Read about League's health care reform effort
and get involved!


More info
TAKE ACTION - CONTINUED
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COMMUNITY PARTNERS FEATURED EVENTS
National News Literacy Week

Democracy relies on unbiased information. Information for the public and educators

Know how to spot misinformation, seek out trustworthy information, and champion news literacy

JANUARY 23 - JANUARY 27

Truth and lies
Learn more
Featured Community Event: Fridays for Future
Climate Strike in Denver


Join Fridays for the Future to speak out against the climate emergency

FRIDAY, JANUARY 27
4:30 PM IN-PERSON


Traffic polluting the air and contributing to climate change

Denver Fridays for Future climate rally
COP27 Global Day of Action Guardian article
Featured Community Event: Hydraulic Fracturing Community Forum in Aurora
"Save the Aurora Reservoir" public forum on community concerns about fracking in residential areas.

FEBRUARY TBD

Oil and gas drilling rig
Details
Sunshine Week 2023

Sunshine Week 2023 info

Open government, freedom of information, and open access are pillars of democracy

SUNDAY, MARCH 12 -
SATURDAY, MARCH 18


Details
League of Women Voters of Arapahoe and Douglas Counties

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Phone: 
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