Voting your entire ballot in 2018
There will be 13 statewide initiatives for Coloradans to vote on this year, with several more proposals from cities and counties around the state. Even the most well-informed among us will need some help figuring out how they’re going to vote on all of these issues. That’s why Count Me In! is here. Once again, Count Me In! is partnering with community organizations around the state to make sure voters get all the information they need to make informed decisions about these critical policies affecting our state. Count Me In! is nonpartisan and provides information that is objective. There is still time to bring Count Me In! to your community, connect with the team and they will plan an event that works for your community.
Check out where Count Me In! is headed with the list of events below. Join us for these events and share with your folks. We are getting new requests everyday so check our website and Facebook page for the most up to date CMI! Events.
Save the Date(s) for Count Me In! Ballot Speed Dating
Count Me In! Colorado is hosting a few bigger ballot events they are calling Ballot Speed Dating. You’ll learn about each measure at these fun, informational ballot events. Count Me In! will be inviting all the statewide ballot campaigns to join them. You’ll get to ask your questions and learn more about each measure, like you would while speed dating. There will be appetizers, drinks, prizes, and engaging election information. Don’t miss this event!
Grand Junction Ballot Speed Dating: Thursday, September 27 from 5:30 –7:00 pm, SpringHills Suites, 236 Main Street, Grand Junction
Please share this event with folks in your network that would be interested!
Denver Ballot Speed Dating: Wednesday, October 17 from 5:30 – 7:30 pm, Great Divide Brewing, 1812 35th St, Denver, CO 80216
Be on the lookout for more info and promotional material for this event later this week
Denver Ballot Bash: Saturday, October 20 – Denver Game Lounge – more info to come!
Ballot Bash in a Box
This year, in addition to great events at cool venues in every corner of the state, voters will be invited to host their own Backyard Ballot Bash (patent pending) using materials called Ballot Bash in a Box. If you’re dying to help your friends and neighbors get informed and want to make sure they vote their ballots from the bottom up, or you just need more information about Count Me In!, make sure you email Caitlin Schneider at firstname.lastname@example.org today.