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Thursday, October 8,2009

Boulder County ballot issues

Vote 2009

This ballot question would extend the countys existing 0.25 percent open space sales and use tax so that the county can issue bonds for open-space purchases, improvements, maintenance and management.
Thursday, October 8,2009

Boulder Valley School District breakdown

Vote 2009

John Kettling, 59, has 18 years of experience in Boulder Valley Schools as a lab advisor as well as 32,500 volunteer hours working with kids on engineering projects. Kettling is the 1998 Impact on Education winner. Kettling says he supports teachers having a professional pay scale so that the teaching profession can achieve upward mobility.
Thursday, October 8,2009

City of Boulder ballot questions

Vote 2009

This measure would continue an existing sales and use tax of 0.15 percent indefinitely to fund city services such as the police force, fire protection, libraries, parks and human services. Currently, the tax is set to expire on Dec. 31, 2012.
Thursday, October 8,2009

Boulder City Council breakdown

Vote 2009

Ageton, Appelbaum and Cowles are incumbents who have served the city well and who express a range of Boulder values. They each have strong experience dealing with city issues. While Cowles has taken criticism for his support of tougher regulations on house sizes, we understand the need to preserve the character of Boulder and its neighborhoods.
Thursday, October 8,2009

County's election forecast: smaller turnout, fewer glitches than in '08

Vote 2009

By Jefferson Dodge
The 2009 election is less than a month away, and a host of improvements have been rolled out in the Boulder County clerk and recorder's office to address glitches encountered in last year's general election.
Thursday, October 8,2009

Don't ignore your ballot, your say

By BoulderWeekly.com
Last year, people flocked to the polls. This year, many won't even take time to fill out their mail-in ballot. While it's true that last year we were deciding on a leader for our country, who leads our cities is no less important. It's on the local level that citizens arguably have the greatest influence.
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