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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.)


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Boulder filmmakers document 4th Congressional District race

BOULDER — Independent filmmakers Scott McElroy and Glen Czaplewski felt they had no other choice.
As security escorted Republican U.S. Rep. Marilyn Musgrave from the Daily Times-Call election forum through a crowded hallway at Longmont High School on Oct. 12, they made their move.

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Reform Party candidate for 4th CD counting on unaffiliated voters

FORT COLLINS — Congressional candidate Eric Eidsness grumbled about $7 million over his morning coffee last week.
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Source who leaked secret info ID’d

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Ballots in need of extra postage

Boulder County residents who vote by mail should slap an extra stamp on the envelope when they return their absentee ballot, elections workers recommended this week.
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Mayors endorse public safety tax

LONGMONT — Mayor Julia Pirnack and four of her predecessors held a press conference Friday afternoon in Thompson Park to stump for the city’s public safety sales tax on November’s ballot.
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Voters say immigration the top issue

DENVER — Immigration is the top issue Colorado voters want the Legislature and their next governor to address, according to one pollster’s recent statewide survey.
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Coloradans distrust state government, pollster reports

DENVER — Coloradans considered likely to cast votes in this fall’s election contests have a low level of confidence in state government, pollster Floyd Ciruli reports.
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A tale of two parties

DENVER — If Republicans regain control of both houses of the Legislature in November, “we could continue our work to improve education through school choice,” says Colorado Springs lawmaker Andy McElhany.
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Faure blind-sided by endorsements

LONGMONT — Boulder County Coroner Tom Faure has contacted local law enforcement leaders to try to smooth over strained relationships that were recently highlighted when two police organizations endorsed his opponent in the November election.
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Former mayors unite to show support for safety tax

LONGMONT — Six former mayors are set to join Longmont Mayor Julia Pirnack today to publicly endorse the city’s proposed public safety tax.
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