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Confused by Ballot Issues? Help is Just a Keyboard Away.

Release Date: 10/09/08
Author: M Simmons

DENVER – (October 9, 2008) – Are you confused by Colorado ballot issues?  When you read the proposed amendments, do you find yourself even more confused?

Help is just a keyboard away.

Televised Colorado Decides debates of eight Colorado ballot issues – and debates of Congressional and Senate Candidates – are available for free video-on-demand viewing at the KBDI-Channel 12 website: www.KBDI.org.

Debates of eight ballot issues – Amendments 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 52, 58 and 59 – and the August 15 U.S. Senate candidate debate are currently available online.  Debates of candidates for Congressional Districts 2 and 6 will be available online October 14, and District 4 and 7 candidate debates and interviews will be available online the day after airing on Channel 12 in October. 

Colorado Decides is a partnership of KBDI-TV, CBS4 and the Rocky Mountain News.  The series of 15 Colorado Decides candidate and referendum debates are available on the partners' websites.  The debates will be online at www.KBDI.org  through November 5.

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Marcia Simmons
Director of Marketing and Communications
KBDI-TV, Channel 12 (PBS)
World View – Community Voice
2900 Welton St.
Denver, CO 80205
303-991-5020 (direct); 303-489-4012 (cell)

 

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Elise Moslander of Lakewood checks out the eight televised ballot issue debates available online on the www.KBDI.org website. The Colorado Decides series includes 30-minute debates of candidates as well ballot issues.

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