Vote!

TRACK YOUR BALLOT HERE and you can also find your nearest ballot drop box or voting center at www.govotecolorado.gov

– Find your nearest ballot drop box at www.iWillVote.com

Mail-in deadline is Monday, Oct. 26 (It’s too late to mail your ballot.)

IndivisibleNoCo Read Ballot Measure and Candidate Endorsements

www.VayaVotarColorado.com

Drop off your ballot to ensure it arrives on time, before 7 p.m. November 3, 2020.

– Larimer Country Clerk and Recorder: Elections, Register to Vote

Register to vote in just two minutes via HeadCount.org


CANDIDATES IN THE NOVEMBER 3 GENERAL ELECTION

The following are a few candidates whose core values include racial equity, inclusion, and antiracism.

Gordon McLaughlin for District Attorney
This is the first contested race for D.A. in 28 years

Kristin Stephens for Larimer County Commissioner (District 2)

Jody Shadduck-McNally for Larimer County Commissioner (District 3)

Yara for CO State House (HD 49)

Cathy Kipp For Colorado (HD 52)

Jeni Arnt For Colorado (HD 53)

Joann Ginal for State Senate (SD 14)

Callie Rennison for CU Regent

Rep. Joe Neguse for Congress

John Hickenlooper for U.S. Senate

Biden / Harris: Joe Biden for President/Kamala Harris for Vice President

2020 Democratic Candidates (list by Larimer County Democrats)

Diane For Colorado (CD 3)


RESOURCES

BallotReady: Every Candidate and Referendum Explained

News Release: Secretary of State Jena Griswold Unveils GoColorado.gov (the most trusted source for information for Colorado voters)

GoColorado.gov

Know your voting rights

Voting Rights in Colorado

Colorado Secretary of State: Elections and Voting

“Yes, Women Could Vote After The 19th Amendment — But Not All Women. Or Men” by Melissa Block, NPR

“Older white voters are far more likely to turn out on Election Day than younger, minority voters,” a Times analysis found.

“In the 2018 midterm elections, 70 of eligible white seniors voted compared to one-third of Latinos under 45 who showed up at the polls.”

– from “The Divide in Yakima is the Divide in America: What the changing demographics of this country look like up close” by Dionne Searcey and Robert Gebeloff, The New York Times

[Stay tuned for Larimer County statistics; about the same as above, unfortunately.]

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And a bit of levity (because what is life without laughter?):

An Exhaustive Ranking of “I Voted” Stickers from Around the Nation by R. Eric Thomas, Elle.com

Photo by Element5 Digital at www.unsplash.com


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