The Quality Of Life In Your Community Is Incumbent Upon Your Performance At The Ballot Box

Denver Decides will conduct forums for the two (2) ballot initiatives and four (4) seats on the Denver Public School Board. Forums will be telecast live on Denver 8TV as scheduled below.
Ballot Initiatives:
Green Roofs Initiative
$937 Million Bond Package (voters will cast seven (7) yes or no votes for the bond package items. They are as follows.)

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What We Are Voting On November 2017

In addition to Referred Questions 2A-2G authorizing up to $937 million of General Obligation Bond sales to finance capital projects across the city, voters will decide:
The election of four members of the DPS Board of Education – 1 At-Large, plus Districts 2, 3 and 4

Referred Question 2H – a bill to change the name of the Department of Environmental Health to the Department of Public Health & Environment (to match the state) and increase its board membership from 5 to 9 members

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League of Women Voters Denver Opposes Initiated Ordinance 300

“Oppose: League of Women Voters of Denver based its opposition to Initiative 300 on our position on Citizen Participation in Government, which advocates for increased opportunities for citizen input into governmental process.”


This ordinance does not include public hearings before a permit is issued or a process for citizens to oppose a permit. Good government process demands input from all interested citizens for good representative results.

The initiative requires approval from only one neighborhood group or business improvement district to issue the permit and does not require prior public posting of a potential permit. Again, this ordinance limits the ability of all citizens to weigh in on the permits.

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General Election Ballots To Be Mailed in October

Ballots for the General Election are scheduled to be mailed the third week in October, and are due by Tuesday, November 8th. People can register and vote on the same day at Voter Service and Polling Centers as late as November 8th. The ballot is long. Among the many elected offices, there are 15 questions Denver voters will be asked to decide.

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