THANK YOU, to the 100 or so folks who attended our City Council Candidate Forum at the Oak Room! Remember, your ballots will be mailed October 14, and are due back to the Clerk’s office by 7pm, Tuesday, November 5, 2019. Sign up for Boulder County’s BALLOT TRACK now, it’s convenient and cool — letting you know when your ballot is on its way and when it’s been processed after you drop it off. The SOONER you turn in your ballot, the SOONER election calls and knocks stop! VOTE. VOTE YOUR WHOLE BALLOT! More Election info, here.
Longmont Area Democrats presents: The Longmont City Council Candidate Forum
If you are a resident of Longmont, you will be voting for your representation on city council (as well as a statewide ballot measure, Prop CC). Now’s the time to see the full array of candidates in one place, and listen as they answer the tough questions facing our city. Longmont Area Democrats has presented this forum for several elections, and although it is a non-partisan election, we believe in full participation in our democracy, and that means voting in every election. The forum will move quickly, but will be jam-packed with information you can use. You’ll even have an opportunity to chat with candidates afterward, to follow up or to ask questions of your own!
All Longmont city council candidates have agreed to participate in this forum, moderated by Front Range Community College History Professor Mary Ann Grim.
JOIN US for this informative event!
LAD City Council Candidate Forum: Wednesday, October 2, 6:30pm, Oskar Blues Warehouse Oak Room, 1800 Pike Rd, Longmont (not the OB on South Hover, enter Warehouse Oak Room parking lot from S. Sunset & Lefthand Circle, follow signs, park in north parking lot, and volunteers will direct you! See map here.).
Look up your registration here.
2019 Ballot Content here.
2019 Coordinated Election Information from the Boulder County website, here.THANKS FOR ALL THAT YOU DO!
Longmont Area Democrats does not officially endorse Democratic candidates during a primary (pre-nomination) period of an election, or any candidates for non-partisan races. But since voting and being politically informed is a progressive value, we endorse full participation in our democracy — and that means voting in every election.