The League of Women Voters of Colorado starting Saturday is holding a three-day Every Vote Equal March from Lafayette to the state Capitol to promote support for Proposition 113, which seeks to have Colorado enter into an agreement with other states to elect the U.S. president according to the popular vote.
The public is invited to join a segment or two of the walk, which leaves from Lafayette at 9 a.m. Saturday. Participants are urged to dress for the weather in patriotic colors, to bring water, and to wear masks for the safety of fellow marchers. Non-partisan signs are encouraged; dogs are discouraged, according to an email from the League of Women Voters of Boulder County announcing the march.
The march will conclude with a rally at 2 p.m. Monday.
The three legs of the three-day march are as follows. Learn more and register to participate click here.
9 a.m. — Leg 1 (1.5 miles): Lafayette Public Library, 775 Baseline Road, to Natural Grocers, 100 W. South Boulder Road. Map
10 a.m. — Leg 2 (1.6 miles): Natural Grocers to Off Campus Cafe at Good Samaritan Hospital, 2600 Campus Drive, Lafayette. Map
11 a.m. — Leg 3 (3.4 miles): Off Campus Cafe to Starbucks, 1170 U.S.287, Suite D-400, Broomfield. Map
12:30 p.m. —Leg 4 (2.3 miles): Starbucks to Keg House Sports Bar, 8001 Arista Place, Broomfield. Map
9 a.m. — Leg 1 (4.3 miles): Keg House Sports Bar to Jimmy John's, 8725 Sheridan Blvd., Westminster. Map
10:30 a.m. — Leg 2 (3.5 miles): Jimmy John's to Goody's Eatery, 3010 W. 72nd Ave., Westminster.
12:45 p.m. — Leg 3 (2.9 miles): Goody's Eatery to Good Times, 4975 Federal Blvd., Denver. Map
10 a.m. — Leg 1 (1.9 miles): Good Times to Walgreens, 2975 Federal Blvd., Denver. Map
11 a.m. — Leg #2 (1.5 miles): Walgreens to Union Station, 16th and Wewatta streets, Denver. Map
1 p.m. — Leg 3 (1.7 miles): Union Station to state Capitol. Map