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Citizens Project, along with the Colorado Springs Independent and KRDO, hosted two election forums this week for Colorado Springs Mayoral and City Council candidates. More than 250 community members attended these free events to meet and learn about the candidates before casting their ballots. If you missed the forums, it's not too late to get the scoop! Check out KRCC's Voting Guide, including audio of the debates Read John Hazlehurst's recap of the Mayoral debate Watch a video about "Reform Team's" boycott of the City Council debate Check out Citizens Project's Voter Guide Citizens Project thanks our community sponsors and media panel: 9to5, ...
We know you want to vote in the upcoming municipal election! If you're confused about whether or not you're eligible to vote, and what to do to make your voice heard at the ballot box, look no further: we have the latest information about how to make sure your vote counts on April 5! From the City Clerk's website: Ballots for the April 5, 2011 Municipal Election will be mailed out from March 11 to 21, 2011 to all eligible, active voters within Colorado Springs City Limits. Eligible, active voters are those who voted in the November 2010 General Election or updated their registration after that date. Confirmation cards were sent to inactive voters in ...
Citizens Project will be featured on Comcast Newsmakers in the month of March. Check out the video below to hear executive director Kristy Milligan talk about elections, diversity, and community!
Citizens Project believes that your vote is your voice! We invite you to check out our hot-off-the-presses Voter Guide to learn about the candidates and issues on the 2010 ballot. Get educated, and make your voice heard!
Citizens Project, in conjunction with the Colorado Springs Independent, is proud to host two upcoming Election Education Forums to engage and inform community members on upcoming November election ballot measures on Wednesday, October 6 and Tuesday October 19, from 5 - 7 pm at Stargazers Theatre and Event Center. We are also delighted to invite you to join us on September 20 at an El Paso County Clerk and Recorder debate sponsored by the Constitutionalist Today and the Colorado Springs Independent. Clerk and Recorder Debate September 20, 6pm to 7pm Colorado Springs Christian School Auditorium 4845 Mallow Rd, 80907 Free admission Decision 2010: ...
Houston became the largest U.S. city to elect an openly gay mayor, with voters handing a solid victory to City Controller Annise Parker after a hotly contested runoff. Houston Chronicle
Here's a good story about city budget cuts. (Moral of the story: Yes on 2C!) Watch it here.
That's right! Citizens Project staff and volunteers have been working day and night to bring you all the election information you could possibly want! Start by reading our newest Freedom Watch Online, and don't forget to check out our Voter Guide for the City of Colorado Springs and School Districts 11, 20 and 49, our candidate survey for School District 2, and our election information page! Still have questions? Let us know!
Citizens Project's 2009 Election Info Page gives you everything including the kitchen sink about this election in the Pikes Peak region: ballot measures, sample ballot, school board candidates, news articles, election forums, and more.
Get Informed and Get Your Vote On! View and share our Action Alert featuring a huge list of opportunities to learn about: Colorado Springs & Manitou Springs Ballot Measures School Board Candidates in Harrison District 2 Colorado Springs District 11 Manitou Springs District 14 Falcon District 49 Manitou Mayor & City Council Candidates And don't miss our 2009 Election Info Page