Voting Resources 2020

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YWCA Boulder County Ballot Measure Positions

As a 501c3 tax-exempt organization, YWCA Boulder County is non-partisan and takes positions on issues, not candidates.

Amendment 76 — Citizenship Qualification of Voters
OPPOSE: This measure intends to suppress votes, including denying voter registration for 17-year-olds, and to inflame anti-immigration sentiment.

Proposition 115 — Prohibit Abortions After 22 Weeks
OPPOSE: No exceptions for health of mother, rape or incest. Undermines women’s economic empowerment and sovereignty of own bodies.

Proposition 118 — Paid Family and Medical Leave Insurance Program
SUPPORT: Promotes women’s economic empowerment, as women are often the primary caretakers.

Be sure to vote your entire ballot!  Local contests and issues are critical.

Voting Resources

Boulder County Elections
Register or check your registration, sign up to track your ballot, get ballot box locations and voter service center hours and locations, and more!

League of Women Voters
League of Women Voters provides nonpartisan voting information on their website and as an app.  Get personalized voting information, register to vote, find out what’s on your specific ballot, discover upcoming debates and forums, and more!

Find pros and cons on candidates and ballot measures as well as who supports and opposes.

“Blue Book” State Ballot Information Booklet
Read performance reviews on judges and nonpartisan information on state ballot issues that the state compiles and mails to all voters.

YWCA YWomenVote 2020 National Survey
YWomenVote2020—YWCA’s 3rd national survey of women in the United States—provides the most comprehensive examination of women’s concerns, experiences, and priorities. This year, we include an in-depth examination of Black, Latina, Asian/Pacific Islander, American Indian/Alaska Native, Millennial (age 23-38), and white rural women—and a first-of-its-kind look at Gen Z women (age 18-22).