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Oportunidad: Voluntaria de la linea directa de CIRC/ Volunteer for CIRC Hotline
Published on: 11/20/2017
Les escribo para informarles sobre una oportunidad de capacitarse para ser voluntaria de la línea directa de CIRC, "Tu Voz es el Poder", como miembro del Docuteam, el 9 y 10 de diciembre en Denver.
El Docuteam es un equipo de voluntarios dedicados en todo el estado que documenta las historias de la actividades de ICE y la colaboración entre la policia y el ICE que las personas reportan a la línea directa de Tu Voz es el Poder (1-844-864-8341). 



We have an opportunity for training to volunteer for the CIRC hotline, "Tu Voz es el Poder" as a member of Docuteam, on December 9 and 10 in Denver.

The Docuteam is a team of dedicated volunteers throughout the state that document the stories of ICE activities and the collaboration between the police and ICE that people call into the Tu Voz es el Poder hotline (1-844-864-8341).

Notice

Wanted: Part-Time Admin Assistant
Published on: 11/15/2017
The LWVBC is seeking a Part Time Administrative Assistant to assist the President and Board of Directors in various support and database management tasks in order to relieve volunteers and support the mission of LWVBC.

Action Call

LWVBC Declaración Formal sobre DACA * 9/6/17 (en espagnol)
Published on: 09/09/2017
La Liga de Mujeres Votantes del Condado de Boulder (LWBC) apoya y celebra los derechos de todos los norteamericanos de participar completamente en nuestra democracia. Afirmamos nuestra posición nacional de la Liga de Mujeres Votantes (LWV) en cuanto a inmigración, la cual apoya políticas que proporcionen un eficaz camino hacia la ciudadanía para inmigrantes, y se opone a la deportación de inmigrantes no autorizados que no tienen un historial criminal.
LWVUS Petition: Reject 'Election Integrity' Commission’s Voter Suppression Agenda!
Published on: 07/12/2017
advocacy call from Chris Carson
Join the Climate Change Coalition
Published on: 06/26/2017
Ruth Stemler urges Colorado to join a coalition of states led by California, Washington and New York working to reduce carbon emissions.

Letters

Mary Ann Wilner: Concern About Campaign Finances
Published on: 11/03/2017
In an election season that has brought us complaints from various parties about campaign finances, the League urges citizens to become informed about issues and positions.
LWVBC Announces Positions Ahead of 2017 Election
Published on: 10/29/2017
President Peggy Leech announces the positions that the LWVBC has taken on the issues in the 2017 election.
Automatic Voter Registration Needs Our Support
Published on: 06/26/2017
Peggy Leech urges us to support the current voter registration bill. Published in the Daily Camera, 19 June 2017.

Advocacy Call

Still Defending the Right to Vote
Published on: 06/24/2017
For nearly a century, the League has fought to defend the most fundamental American right—casting a ballot. At the grassroots level, we are going on the offense by expanding voter registration and outreach efforts in underrepresented communities and winning battles to enhance voters’ access to the polls.

News

Update on Climate Change Lawsuit
Published on: 12/10/2017
On Monday, December 11, a panel of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco will hear oral arguments in Juliana v. United States, the climate change lawsuit. LWVUS and LWV/Oregon are participating as friends of the court . . .
LWVBC Statement on DACA (English)
Published on: 09/09/2017
The League of Women Voters of Boulder County (LWVBC) supports and celebrates the rights
of all Americans to participate fully in our democracy. We affirm our national LWV position on
immigration, which supports policies that provide an efficient pathway to citizenship for
immigrants, and opposes deporting unauthorized immigrants who have no history of criminal
activity.
LWVBC Recognizes Contributions at the Annual Meeting
Published on: 05/26/2017
At the Annual Meeting, 6 May 2017, the LWVBC recognized the contributions of several people.