Arapahoe County invites citizens to participate in a nonpartisan, elections-focused Telephone Town Hall meeting, 7-8 p.m., Oct. 15. Join this community conversation about voting services in Arapahoe County, ballot security, voter demographics, and other issues relating to the Nov. 6, 2018 Election.
Clerk and Recorder Matt Crane, members of the Elections Division, and the Board of County Commissioners will be available to address citizens’ questions and concerns. This timely meeting will be held the same date on which mail ballots will be sent to all active registered voters in Arapahoe County. Participants will not be permitted to discuss or endorse campaigns, candidates or ballot measures.
This is the last of four Telephone Town Halls planned in 2018. Arapahoe County offers these free, convenient forums to engage citizens in their county government, enhance access to elected officials, and give residents an opportunity to speak directly to their representatives on a variety of issues.
How to Participate:
You may listen and participate by phone, or by web simulcast on a computer or mobile device. Join the meeting in one of the following ways:
- Opt-in at http://bit.ly/GetTheCall to receive a phone call when the live meeting begins;
- Call 1-855-840-6970 toll free to join the live telephone meeting from 7-8 p.m., Oct 15;
- Visit http://bit.ly/ACTownHall to join the live web simulcast from 7-8 p.m., Oct 15; or,
- Accept the call if you receive a targeted robocall inviting you to join the meeting. The call will go out to publicly listed phone numbers.
To learn more about citizen engagement in Arapahoe County, please visit www.arapahoegov.com. For election information, please visit www.arapahoevotes.com, call 303-795-4511, or follow @ArapahoeVotes on Facebook, or @ArapahoeClerk on Twitter.
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