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THE NEXT MUNICIPAL ELECTION: April 6, 2021
Visit https://www.fcgov.com/elections/ for information


ARTICLES

Fort Collins Election 2021: Get to know the candidates and the issues (The Coloradoan, March 5, 2021)


Fort Collins City Council Election: Who and what to expect on April 2021 ballot
(The Coloradoan, February 1, 2021)

“A packed Fort Collins municipal election ballot will let voters decide on representatives for five of seven council seats, next steps for the former Hughes Stadium site, a plastic bag ban and a handful of City Charter amendments.”

Meet the 8 people vying for Fort Collins City Council’s District 4 vacant seat (The Coloradoan, January 10, 2021)



REGISTER TO VOTE

www.VayaVotarColorado.com

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

Register to vote in just two minutes via HeadCount.org


TRACK YOUR BALLOT


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

IndivisibleNoCo Read Ballot Measure and Candidate Endorsements


RESOURCES

Colorado

GoColorado.gov the most trusted source of information for Colorado voters

Colorado Secretary of State: Elections and Voting

Voting Rights in Colorado (Rock The Vote)

National

BallotReady: Every Candidate and Referendum Explained

FairFight.com is leading the charge to protect voting rights

Know your voting rights (Rock The Vote)


ARTICLES

“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


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


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