As Colorado chooses a governor this year, how will the competing visions of the contenders impact our state's women?
The Women of Centennial Institute, a new group affiliated with CCU's think tank, invite you to a debate on economic growth, education, energy, the environment, safe neighborhoods, drug policy, moral and cultural concerns, and all the other issues from a feminine perspective. All the major party candidates, four Republicans and one Democrat, have been invited. Republicans Mike Kopp, Scott Gessler, and Bob Beauprez have accepted. Tom Tancredo (R) and Gov. John Hickenlooper (D) have declined.
Admission is free and all are welcome, but reservations are required.
Complete the RSVP form below or call 303-963-3424 to reserve your space. The CCU Music Center is on the Northwest corner of Garrison and Ellsworth about 1/2 mile north of CCU's main campus. There is parking directly behind the building.