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Boulder city council candidate forum June 9: Raucous Caucus | Press Release


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Screenshot via Facebook event page

Date: June 9, 2021
Time: 6-8PM

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You’re invited to the second-ever Raucous Caucus – a public forum for 2021 Boulder city council candidates, jointly hosted by the Boulder Progressives and United Campus Workers Colorado.

The 2021 Boulder city council elections will be held in November — just 6 months away — and we’re kicking off this early public forum so that Boulder residents can get to know the current council candidates. This year, five out of nine council seats are up for election.

Boulder Progressives and United Campus Workers CO invites the community to meet potential candidates and hear them discuss pressing issues for the Boulder community. All prospective/potential candidates are invited to participate, and we’ll be updating the event link above with confirmed participants as we get closer. Due to public health considerations, this forum will be hosted virtually. The agenda will consist of candidate introductions, questions prepared by members of the Boulder Progressives and United Campus Workers CO, and will include lightning rounds. Press is invited to join.

Spanish interpretation will be provided for this event.

Boulder Progressives is a grassroots organization committed to elevating the voices and concerns of underrepresented communities in Boulder County. It advocates for policies that protect human rights, and advance social and environmental justice at the local level.

United Campus Workers CO unites the University of Colorado’s diverse workforce— including part-time and full-time university staff, faculty, and graduate and undergraduate laborers—to address the critical issues we all face. Our mission is to champion and defend the interests and well-being of all University labor, as well as to build and sustain social and economic justice in our workplaces and in our communities.

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