Monthly Archives: May 2013

Go home, Xcel. Decline to sign!

Xcel Energy is up to no good once again. They’re* attempting to place a ballot measure on the Boulder ballot that would effectively kill the city’s ability to make an informed decision about creating a greener, more affordable electric utility. … Continue reading

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Now hiring: African American Outreach Organizer

New Era Colorado Foundation is looking for a new employee to lead our efforts in a coalition project, the mission of which is to promote civic engagement in the African American community. We are seeking a versatile and enthusiastic Outreach … Continue reading

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What just happened.

After 120 days of getting sh*t done, our legislative session ended last week. What our legislators just accomplished is huge, and that’s an understatement. Colorado’s moving forward in a big way and has A LOT to be proud of. Below … Continue reading

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Voter preregistration at age 16 = law!

On Friday, Governor John Hickenlooper signed House Bill 1135, “Voter Preregistration at Age 16,” into law! Sweet 16, indeed. Listen up all you 16- & 17-year-olds: this means that later this year, you can preregister to vote online or using … Continue reading

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