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Monday, June 24, 2024

Political Events Calendar for Larimer County

Political Events Calendar for Larimer County

Tuesday, October 5

Ballot Initiative 60, 61 & 101 Information Meeting,  7-9 pm
Mountain View High School Cafeteria
3500 Mountain Lion Drive, Loveland

Guest Panel

Sheriff James Alderden
Robert Keister, Larimer County Budget Director
Lucille Steiner, President, Thompson R2-J Board of Education
Eric Wilkinson, General Manager, Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District

Hosted by Larimer County Farmers Union & League of Women Voters

Wednesday, October 6

Forum for Sheriff and County Commissioner.
300 LaPorte Ave., Fort Collins. 7-9 p.m. Live broadcast on Channel 14.
Hosted by League of Women Voters

Monday, October 11

Panel discussion on “True Cost of Amendments 60, 61 and Proposition 101.
Harmony Library, 4616 So. Shields, Fort Collins. 7-9 p.m.

Guest Panel

Bill Jerke, from “Don’t Hurt Colorado”
State Senator Bob Bacon 
Doug Hutchinson, Mayor of Fort Collins
Steve Johnson, Chair of Larimer County Commissioners
Gordon Thibedeau, President of Larimer County United Way
Mary Lou Rogers, Executive Board, Thompson Education Association

Hosted by League of Women Voters

Co-sponsors for this event include the Colorado Bankers Association, Northern Colorado Economic Development Corporation, Fort Collins Chamber of Commerce, Loveland Chamber of Commerce, Poudre Education Association, Fort Collins AARP, and the Board of Directors of the Berthoud Library District.

Harmony Library is at the corner of Harmony Road and Shields Street in Fort Collins. For further information about the event, contact Irene Fortune at 970-613-0966.

Tuesday, October 12

Old Fashioned Political Rally
First National Bank West Exposition Hall
The Ranch/Larimer County Fairgrounds
5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Wednesday, October 13

Citizens First Political Forum
Berthoud Public Library Conference Room
239 Welch Avenue, Berthoud
Beginning at 7 p.m.

Monday, October 18

Early voting begins at the early voters’ polling place.

Tuesday, October 26

Last day to request a mail-in ballot if ballot is mailed.

Friday, October 29

Last day to request a mail-in ballot if picked up at the county clerk’s office.

Last day for early voting at the early voting polling places.

Tuesday, November 2

General Election Day

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