A Wrap on the 2019 Coordinated Election

Every local election cycle, Citizens Project engages in voter education and outreach efforts. We attempt to reach as many voters as possible across districts, particularly those with low turnout. The focus of these educational efforts is nonpartisan civic engagement. That said, post election results are also vital to understand, and we need to stay engaged, even when the media buzz has ended.

 

In this episode of Civic Circle, we address what happened this election. We are joined by Citizens Project’s Executive Director Deb Walker. Deb will talk about some of the challenges to voter education and turnout in El Paso County, and will also address the election results and the impact they could have on our community.

Study cited from Center on Budget and Policy Priorities:

https://www.cbpp.org/research/state-budget-and-tax/state-higher-education-funding-cuts-have-pushed-costs-to-students

Citizens Project’s 2019 Coordinated Election Voter Guide:

http://www.citizensproject.org/2019-coordinated-election-voter-guide/

You can support this show by donating to Citizens Project:

https://indygive.com/nonprofit/citizens-project/


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