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Action Alert: National Popular Vote
Published on: 7/5/2019
LWVCO asks members and public to show support for the National Popular Vote -- a petition is being circulated that threatens to nullify the bill signed by the governor in the last session.

It is a lot easier and, particularly, less expensive to defeat a petition drive than to run a campaign, so please do what you can over the next month and a half to defeat the petition drive and educate your friends.


Durango to host national popular vote panel and town hall
Published on: 12/1/2019
2019 Ballot Issues Released
Published on: 9/27/2019
Just published. Download and share the 2019 Ballot Issues!
County ballots in safe hands, officials say
Published on: 9/20/2019,
LWVCO 2019-21 Program of Study & Action is now available!
Published on: 9/20/2019
LWVCO's 2019-21 Program of Study and Action, listing the League's positions for action, is now available.
Popular Vote critics deliver the signatures
Published on: 8/2/2019
GJ Sentinel NPV article
Activists submit record number of signatures to overturn Colorado electoral vote law
Published on: 8/2/2019
Colorado Springs Gazette article on NPV
Voting Security: DEF CON Voting Village
Published on: 8/10/2019
DEF CON, the oldest continuously running hacker convention, convened in Las Vegas, NV, 10-11 August 2019. The convention includes the Voting Village, which for the third year in a row, explores voting machines, systems, and databases, and aims to raise awareness about voting vulnerabilities and promote a more secure democracy.
Two New Voting Laws
Published on: 8/10/2019
Two New Voting Laws Go Into Effect

10 Aug 2019 -- Two new Election laws go into effect in Colorado, Modifications to the Uniform Election Code (HB19-1278) and Voting Access for People with Disabilities (SB19-202).

“These laws expand access to voting for all eligible Coloradans, and especially for young people, Coloradans living on tribal lands, and people with disabilities Colorado’s leadership in voting access shines in stark contrast to states across the country that are pushing a voter suppression agenda. Colorado is setting the national standard for access to elections and our democracy,” said Secretary of State Jena Griswold.
Washington Post: Colorado approved a national popular vote law. Now it might be repealed.
Published on: 8/2/2019
Signature petitions have been delivered to put National Popular Vote on the 2020 ballot by referendum.
AP: Activists say push to repeal popular vote law nears ballot
Published on: 8/1/2019
The League of Women Voters of Colorado is gearing up to defend Colorado’s law, chapter president Ruth Stemler said.
Washington Times: Colorado activists seek to beat hasty retreat from National Popular Vote compact
Published on: 8/1/2019
One organization already preparing to fight the referendum is the League of Women Voters of Colorado.
Former Secretary of State Wayne Williams honored by women's group
Published on: 6/7/2019
Former Secretary of State Wayne Williams is honored as a Leader of Democracy by LWVCO.
Letter: League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan group
Published on: 7/26/2019
An op-ed describing the nonpartisanship of the League
Popular Vote Debate Seeps Into Montrose
Published on: 5/13/2019
Pros and cons of NPV in Montrose