By mid-October, anyone who has requested a mail-in ballot will be able to complete the November 2010 ballot, which will comprise:
- all Colorado candidates for U.S. Congress,
- the state elected positions (governor, state officers, the state legislature),
- El Paso County offices
- ballot initiatives….
In El Paso and Teller counties, early voting will also be available Oct. 18, 2010 through Oct. 29, 2010 (excluding Sunday) from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (click on the county name to view a list of early voting centers).
Election Day is Nov. 2, 2010, and polls for the Colorado General Election will open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Many polling locations have changed, so be sure to verify your El Paso or Teller county polling location BEFORE you head out the door to vote (click on the county name for more info)!
Whether you vote early, vote by mail or vote on Election Day, we hope that you’ll choose candidates who support life at all its stages. To that end, PPCFL has canvassed candidates who are running for office in the 2010 federal, state and local elections, to determine their stands on life issues — and we’re sharing their responses with you! PPCFL will also publish our Candidate Survey results again in the November newsletter.
Click here to view the candidates’ answers to our Pro-life survey.
If you have a chance to talk with a candidate who did not respond to our survey, we’d love for you to share with us the candidate’s answers to questions in the PPCFL Pro-life survey. Click here to view the survey questions.
Please remember to:
- Vote “Yes” on Amendment 62, the Personhood Amendment; and
- Vote for candidates who support Life.