The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.
DESCRIPTIONS AND PRO/CON STATEMENTS for State and Local Ballot Issues Addressed by the League:
STATE: State Ballot Issue
Proposition BB: Refund for Exceeding Blue Book Estimate
Information about Proposition BB in English
Informaciˇn sobre la Propuesta BB en espa˝ol
BB: Frequently Asked Questions (in English)
City of Boulder
Issue 2N: Short-Term Rental Tax
Issue 2O: Utility Occupation Tax Extension
Question 2P: Climate Action Plan Tax Extension
Question 2Q: Amending Charter Provisions Regarding Library Commission
Question 2R: Amending Charter Provisions Regarding Compensation for Council Members
City of Lafayette
Question No. 2J: Boards and Commissions Qualifications
Boulder Valley School District No. RE-2
Question No. 3A: [Fiber Optic Networks]
The pro and con statements are a compilation of the material submitted by proponents and opponents of each ballot issue. The League of Women Voters is not responsible for the accuracy or fairness of the arguments of either side.
BVSD School Board Districts A and C Candidate Forum (Sept 24th) is now available for viewing on YouTube.
Also rebroadcast on BVSD Channel 22:
Sat./Sun. - 9 am; 2 pm; 6:30 pm
Mon., Wed., Fri. - 10:30 am; 7 pm
It is also on the BV22 schedule until after the elections.
Louisville City Council Candidate Forum (Oct 1st) is now available for viewing on YouTube.
Ballot Issues: Descriptions and Pro/Con Statements for our Local and State Ballot Issues addressed by the League will be available soon.
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH will be the topic of our consensus meetings in October 2015. Read our new statewide study An Overview of Colorado's Behavioral HealtháSystem (August 2015). The reportáprovides an excellent introduction to issues,ádefinitions, resources and data aboutámental illness and substance abuse in Colorado.
CAMPAIGN FINANCE REFORM is a priority for League members nationwide.
Read about the work of our Campaign Finance Reform Team in Boulder County.
Listen to the KGNU interview of our Team members.
Explore our Toolkit and enjoy what you find there--watch our slide show and read our brochure and other material.
League members: report your League's work towards campaign finance reform and read the reports from other Leagues.
Our topic in February was TABOR in 2015--possible refund, and the lawsuit.
If you missed the presentations, or want to review them again, you can download slides here -
THE COLORADO CONUNDRUM, presentation by economist Chris Stiffler of the Colorado Fiscal Institute.
THE TABOR CASE (Kerr v. Hickenlooper), by David Skaggs of McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP.
In this second video you can watch League members in action throughout the United States . . .
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Last revised: October 6, 2015 09:02 PDT.