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FRCC hosts Candidate Fair 2006

Front Range Community College is hosting Candidate Fair 2006 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 23, in the community room in Building C on the Boulder County campus, 2190 Miller Drive in Longmont. The community is invited to the fair to learn more about candidates running for national, state and local offices, ballot initiatives and referenda. For more information, contact Dana Waller at 303-678-3700, Ext. 4128, or via e-mail.

4th Congressional District Debate Scheduled

A 4th Congressional District debate is scheduled for 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 24, in the Windsor High School auditorium. The debate is sponsored by the Loveland Reporter-Herald and other Northern Colorado media outlets. The Reporter-Herald's allocation of tickets for the event has been reached, but readers may wish to request free tickets from other sponsors, such as KFKA, KCOL, KWGN-TV, or from one of the campaigns.


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Important Dates

Monday, Oct. 23-
Early voting begins

Monday, Oct. 23-
Front Range Community College is hosting Candidate Fair 2006 in its community room, Building C, on the Boulder County Campus, 2190 Miller Drive in Longmont, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Tuesday, Oct. 24-
4th Congresstional District candidate debate in the Windsor High School Auditorium, 7 p.m.

Tuesday, Oct. 31-
Last day to apply for absentee ballot

Friday, Nov. 3-
Early voting ends

Tuesday, Nov. 7-
General election (absentee ballots must be received by 7 p.m.)


Latest News

FBI to join probe of campaign attack ad

DENVER — The Colorado Bureau of Investigation asked the FBI to join the probe into an attack ad aired by GOP gubernatorial candidate Bob Beauprez after state agents determined information in the ad came from a confidential federal database, officials said Wednesday.
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Lawmakers disclose gifts

DENVER — Donors covered more than $5,800 in international travel expenses for Gov. Bill Owens’ visits to Moscow in July and Honduras in August.
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Rep. speaks up for Amendment 39

BOULDER — A Littleton Republican served as the lone voice Monday in support of a proposed amendment to the Colorado Constitution that would require all school districts to dedicate 65 percent of their budgets to “classroom instruction.”
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CBI: Beauprez ad contained confidential police information

DENVER — Information used in Rep. Bob Beauprez’s television ad against gubernatorial opponent Bill Ritter could only have come from a confidential police computer, authorities said Monday as the congressman’s campaign said it would cooperate in the criminal investigation.
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Ritter turns over list to CBI

DENVER — The Colorado Bureau of Investigation has launched an inquiry into whether a federal database was illegally used for details in a Rep. Bob Beauprez television ad against gubernatorial candidate Bill Ritter, officials confirmed Saturday.
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Gov. hopefuls duke it out over water, health care

COLORADO SPRINGS — Democratic gubernatorial candidate Bill Ritter and Republican Bob Beauprez took their campaigns to Colorado Springs for a debate on Saturday to address issues facing southern Colorado, including water and transportation.
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Dacono debate

FREDERICK — People hoping to see fireworks Wednesday during the Dacono election forum at Frederick High School didn’t get their wish.
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Police chief backs tax

LONGMONT — City voters are being asked to approve a pair of tax increases aimed at boosting both tourism and public safety.
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Pros, cons of transit tax debated

LONGMONT — A proposed tax designed to improve Boulder County’s public transportation and trails network is too muddled to be worthwhile, Libertarian Ralph Shnelvar argued Thursday during the Daily Times-Call election forum.
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Economy, education top concerns of state Legislature contenders

LONGMONT — Colorado’s economy and education system are among the top concerns of candidates running for the state Legislature, they said Thursday during a candidates forum at Longmont High School.
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