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Thursday, October 6,2011

Vote 2011: Special Districts

By Boulder Weekly Staff
Vote 2011: Special Districts
Thursday, October 6,2011

Vote 2011: School Districts

By Boulder Weekly Staff
Vote 2011: School Districts
Thursday, October 6,2011

Vote 2011: City of Louisville

By Boulder Weekly Staff
Vote 2011: City of Louisville
Thursday, October 6,2011

Vote 2011: City of Longmont

By Boulder Weekly Staff
Vote 2011: City of Longmont ballot
Thursday, October 6,2011

Vote 2011: City of Lafayette

By Boulder Weekly Staff
Vote 2011: City of Lafayette ballot
Thursday, October 6,2011

Vote 2011: Boulder City & County

By Boulder Weekly Staff
Vote 2011: Boulder City & County ballot
Thursday, October 6,2011

Vote 2011: Boulder City Council candidate questionnaire

By Boulder Weekly Staff
This article features Boulder City Council candidates’ answers to six questions taken from the Community Questionnaire, a unified questionnaire spearheaded by The Blue Line that involved the participation of numerous local organizations, including Boulder Weekly. The questionnaire, available at www.boulderweekly.com, includes 57 key questions on local issues, ranging from open space to arts to diversity, and is searchable by topic and candidate.
Thursday, October 6,2011

Vote 2011: Morzel, Plass, Ziskin, Jones, King for Boulder City Council

By Boulder Weekly Staff
Boulder voters are fortunate to have so many intelligent, talented and experienced people step forward each time the city of Boulder holds an election for City Council. This year, voters are being asked to consider 13 candidates and choose five council members, each of whom will serve two years.
Thursday, October 6,2011

Vote 2011: Coombs is our choice for Longmont mayor

By Boulder Weekly Staff
The race for Longmont mayor is already proving lively, as the two candidates have been taking jabs at each other over a variety of issues. But the Longmont City Council races haven’t gotten nearly as nasty as they did in the last municipal election season two years ago.
Thursday, October 6,2011

Vote 2011: Vote yes on Proposition 103

By Boulder Weekly Staff
Here´s the long and short of it: The State of Colorado is broke, and something must be done. A study released by University of Denver researchers in September predicts that the state’s current funding gap will eventually consume the budget across the board. By 2025, the money in the state’s general fund won’t even cover Medicaid, prisons and schools.
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