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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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Local Election Sites
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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

Udall faces three challengers in 2nd CD

A Republican schoolteacher, a Libertarian software developer and a Green Party freelance journalist each want to unseat incumbent Democrat Mark Udall when voters choose their representative for Colorado’s 2nd Congressional District on Nov. 7.
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Two challengers face Musgrave in 4th CD

A conservative Republican incumbent linked for better or worse to President Bush will face two outspoken challengers in November to represent Longmont and 18 eastern Colorado counties in Washington, D.C.
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Beauprez, Ritter go head-to-head for governor

DENVER — Each major-party candidate for governor is inviting Coloradans to make sure he delivers on his campaign promises.
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Six additional candidates vie for governor

DENVER — Colorado voters dissatisfied with the platforms and campaign promises of both Republican Bob Beauprez and Democrat Bill Ritter needn’t stay at home or decline to cast a vote in the governor’s race.
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Two candidates challenge Suthers for AG

DENVER — Democrat Fern O’Brien says her background as a businesswoman and private-practice attorney would bring a “real-life” perspective needed in the Colorado Attorney General’s Office.
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Treasurer candidates differ over budgets, finances

DENVER — The two people seeking to be Colorado’s next state treasurer appear to agree, in general terms at least, about that office’s responsibilities.
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Coffman, Gordon run for Secretary of State

DENVER — Two legislative veterans are vying for votes to be Colorado’s next secretary of state, and it appears the winner will use that post to lobby lawmakers to address voting, election and campaign-finance issues.
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Newcomer challenges veteran for Senate District 15

For Larimer County’s Senate District 15, this year’s race pits a 10-year legislative veteran against a newcomer who says she has politics in her blood.
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Fitz-Gerald, Neilson vie for Senate District 16 seat

State Senate President Joan Fitz-Gerald, a Jefferson County Democrat, is seeking re-election to the multiple-county Senate District 16 seat that extends into western Boulder County.
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Madden unopposed for House District 10 seat

State Rep. Alice Madden of Boulder says she looks forward to the programs the Democratic Party will introduce to promote renewable energy and affordable prescription drugs during her fourth and final term.
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