Alternative Voting Methods Symposium

Some 40 voting reform activists, third party candidates, and mathematicians gathered In Glendale Colorado over the weekend for a symposium on Alternative Voting Methods and Election Integrity. KGNU’s Joe Richey brings us a report.

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Political Impact of Colorado Voting Laws

Colorado enacted a raft of modifications to voting procedures in 2014. Heather McWilliams spoke with University of Colorado Law professor Scott Moss to tease out how the new laws compare to those in the rest of the country and what […]

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Nuns on the Bus in Boulder

The Nuns on the Bus were in Boulder earlier this week, to discuss the importance of voting in this year’s midterm elections. The sisters spoke to CU students at the University of Colorado’s University Memorial Center Atrium to encourage them […]

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Capitol Coverage: Youth Vote in Senate Race

With Colorado’s Senate race too close to call, both parties are on an all-out blitz to attract as many voters as they can prior to the November 4th election. The youth vote has traditionally helped Democrats– but Republicans see an […]

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Labor Exchange: Hillary Hall on the 2014 Election Process

Boulder County Clerk and Recorder Hillary Hall joins host Dennis Creese. They spoke about the 2014 election and its voting process, including voter registration options and processes, casting a ballot, and how Colorado has attempted to make voting identification requirements […]

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Capitol Coverage: Courting the Female Vote

Colorado’s U.S. senate race is a considered by many to be a tossup. Incumbent Senator Mark Udall and Republican Congressman Cory Gardner are trying to win over as many key voting blocs as they can before November 4th – and […]

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