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It's Time To Vote!

Have questions about the candidates?
Check out the League's online vot
er guide, VOTE411.org.

Candidates have been asked to answer questions provided by League members.
Check out their answers and thank you for being an informed and engaged citizen.


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Think before you ink!


Please review the LAC's (Legislative Action Committee) write up on each to learn more about their recommendations. With enough signatures from across the state, these questions could end up on our November 2024 ballot.

PLEASE DO NOT SIGN 2024 Ballot Initiative #21 Limitation on Property Tax Increase

PLEASE DO NOT SIGN 2024 Ballot Initiative #77 Economic Impact Statement

PLEASE DO NOT SIGN 2024 Ballot Initiative #81 Protections for a Living Child

PLEASE DO NOT SIGN 2024 Ballot Initiative #85 and #86 Consumer Choice in Energy

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Why should Gen Z vote in local elections?




Congratulations to Caitlin McCrady for her Gen Z video contest winning entry! 

Watch and share the video!



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IMPORTANT UPDATE - 

Mark your calendars for August 19, 2024 as we'll have our day in court.

Please continue to check this site and our Social Media feeds for updates.

 

We have posted the lawsuit on our website under Documents so please take a look when you have a moment. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions. 

 

Thank you for your support and dedication!!

 

Sincerely,

Shelly Roehrs, Spokesperson

League of Women Voters of the Pikes Peak Region

LWVPPR and fellow plaintiffs in the election timing lawsuit against Colorado Springs have an OpEd further addressing the issues with election timing. Check it out here!

Check out our informative Election Timing Handout to learn more about Colorado Springs' voter turnout, read answers to some "frequently asked questions," and get a brief description of why four organizations are suing the city about election timing.



Celebrating & Honoring Women,

The Right to Vote

& The Continued Path To Equity!

Learn About League's

Mural Wallscape Project


Check out at Women's Equity Mural at William J. Palmer High School


301 N. Nevada in Downtown Colorado Springs


Take a picture with the Mural and tag us using:


#LWVPPR





LWV Empowers Voters

League of Women Voters emphasizes the   power of the voter to create a more perfect democracy.

LWV Advocates

League encourages active participation in democracy, whether it's in the office of an elected representative or at a rally.





LWV Educates

League informs voters about the issues and candidates on their ballot. Visit VOTE411.org, LWV's online voter guide.







League of Women Voters of the Pikes Peak Region is a 501(c)(3) organization.