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LWV Of Boulder County

Community Leaders

Elizabeth Crowe, President
Susan Saunders, Vice President
Susan Curtis, Membership Chair

League ID

CO100

Phone

(303) 499-4544

Stories from Around the State

This letter to the editor was originally published in the Daily Camera.

The Leagues of Women Voters of the Pikes Peak Region, Colorado, and the United States issued the following statement in response to the mass shooting at Club Q in Colorado Springs, CO.

This show originally aired on KNVF.

Beth Hendrix, executive director League of Women Voters of Colorado, speaks with KVNF's Lisa Young on the importance of protecting our democracy and the important work of LWV.

This story was originally published by the Colorado News Collaborative.

For 102 years, the League of Women Voters has helped Americans understand how they can cast their vote in elections.

The nonpartisan organization has never endorsed a political party or candidate, providing a valuable resource for voters of all political persuasions.

The Colorado News Collaborative is speaking with nonpartisan experts to help voters understand more about the integrity of the vote as unfounded claims of voter fraud continue to run rampant ahead of November’s midterm election.

A federal judge has declined to issue a temporary restraining order after finding no imminent threat from a group who allegedly interrogated and intimidated Colorado voters at their homes, including while armed.

LWV of Boulder County, LWV of Colorado, and LWV of the United States grieve the senseless tragedy in Boulder, Colorado, on Monday, when a man armed with an assault rifle shot and killed ten people at a grocery store.