What you need to know about the upcoming November election
Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 8. There are local and statewide issues on the ballot that could impact you. That is why it is important you take some time to learn about why this election is critical, how to register to vote and more by visiting dsstvotes.org.
Colorado Public Radio recently published a non-partisan Colorado voter’s guide that provides information on the major ballot topics. Check out the voter guide below:
In addition, the Colorado State Board of Education has several candidates up for election, including a statewide at-large seat. The State Board has the power to overturn individual district decisions on charter schools, including when they overturned the DPS decision to deny the opening of DSST: Noel High School (now DSST: Elevate Northeast High School) in 2020.
Want to become more involved? Here are a couple of opportunities to learn more about upcoming elections and other advocacy opportunities:
- Apply for LEAD Denver, a nonpartisan training for education leaders interested in learning what it takes to lead or support campaigns for local office.
- Sign up to become a poll worker.
Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to learn more or become more involved.