Storming The Ballot: Inspiring Engagement in the Political Process

  • March 09, 2017
  • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Ralph Carr Judicial Center, Colorado Supreme Court Atrium, 2 E. 14th Ave., Denver
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No matter your political leanings, a common thread has appeared after the 2016 election cycle: women are motivated and energized to ensure their voices are heard, and they are looking for ways to engage.

Engaging in the political process is an incredibly powerful way to make a difference. Whether you are interested in running for an elected position yourself or interested in contributing in other ways, you will have the opportunity to hear from women who have run successful political campaigns in a variety of forums and gain insight on:

  • What skills do women attorneys bring to elected positions?
  • What are the cornerstones of a successful campaign?
  • How can you engage in the political process outside of running for office?
  • What is the best way to support a candidate you believe in?
  • How can you encourage a woman to run for office?

Panelists Include:

  • Denver District Attorney Beth McCann (D)
  • Cary Kennedy, Former City of Denver CFO and Deputy Mayor, Former Colorado State Treasurer (D)
  • Amy Stephens, Former Colorado House Majority Leader (R), past U.S. Senate candidate
  • Kathleen Conti, Arapahoe County Commissioner, District (R)
  • Additional speakers TBD
Moderator: Amy Redfern, Aponte & Busam Public Affairs

Plus participation from political engagement organizations.

Registration fee includes appetizers and cocktails. 

Thank you to our sponsor:

This event is not sponsored by Ralph Carr Judicial Center (RCJC) and does not reflect the views of RCJC, its employees or sponsors. 


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