Morning Brief: League of Women Voters post election message

The following is a message from the League of Women Voters of Boulder County and is published by the Longmont Observer as a public service.

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On behalf of the League of Women Voters of Boulder County, a hearty thank you to everyone who registered voters, showed up to educational events and researched the many ballot issues and candidates, and VOTED in the 2018 mid-term election. When people take the time to engage, and support the rights of others to engage in our political process, we win!
We are also celebrating the passage of key ballot initiatives that the League supported. About Amendments Y and Z, LWVBC President Peggy Leech said, “The League of Women Voters of Boulder County believes fair mapping and fair voting processes are critical for a strong democracy. That’s why we’re thrilled that Colorado voters passed Amendments Y and Z. Thanks to all the hard work from League members and the dozens of organizations supporting Y&Z. We are committed to ensuring the district mapping process is truly fair and independent.”

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