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Friends— Yesterday, the City of Boulder took a major step forward by submitting their revised plan to the Public Utilities Commission (PUC) to create a locally-owned, renewable electric utility. It’s big news: this filing shows that the city has never … Continue reading
Hey everybody, Here’s a sentence I never thought I’d say: This week, I started my new job as New Era’s Executive Director! Now that it’s official, I wanted to take a moment to introduce myself and share some thoughts on … Continue reading
Jennifer Williams is a proud Larimer County native who studied Communications and Women’s Studies at Colorado State University. Over the past 4 years, Jennifer has been working on local, state and federal campaigns in Northern Colorado. Jennifer is excited to … Continue reading
We’ve got a talented crew of Spring Organizers that are registering voters in high schools and on college campuses in 5 counties! These folks have already registered hundreds of young people and we couldn’t be more proud.
Friends: We have some big news to share… When we started New Era 10 years ago, I never expected that we’d grow this quickly, to have the impact we’re having now. We’ve engaged more than a million young people face-to-face, … Continue reading
We just kicked off our 2016 voter registration efforts and are excited to announce that we’re already at 1,379 registered voters. Volunteer with us and let’s break youth turnout records this year.
Who are these people? And why are they pointing at the ceiling? A few short weeks ago, we said a big ‘ol “WELCOME, EVERYBODY!” to our biggest internship class ever. We couldn’t be more excited to work with this crew all spring. … Continue reading
Friends, In the summer of 2006, I stepped on stage and took the mic at Club Vinyl. I welcomed a big crowd of people who probably weren’t quite sure why they were spending their afternoon at a Denver nightclub. Senate … Continue reading
It’s been a year since you ignited our Campaign for Local Power and put us on the path to defeat Xcel Energy 2:1. Since, Boulder’s taken some big steps towards forming our own local electric utility, and we thought you’d … Continue reading