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By Trish Gilbert
Saguache County Clerk & Recorder

Inspire Colorado

An organization named Inspire Colorado has joined our efforts for nonpartisan voter registration through our schools.  Inspire Colorado Program Coordinators train and support juniors and seniors in high schools to conduct nonpartisan peer-to-peer voter registration drives in their schools with the goal of registering to vote 85% of eligible seniors.  Their goal is to amplify the youth voice by increasing voter turnout among young adults through nonpartisan voter registration, education and student engagement with elected officials.

Inspire Colorado provides civic experience for high school juniors and seniors; transforming young leaders’ inspiration into action that improves our communities and strengthens our democracy.

Inspire Colorado Experience:

  • Lead official voter registration efforts in high schools.
  • Engage peers in Get Out The Vote (GOTV).
  • Meet with lawmakers and community organizations tackling some of Colorado’s most pressing problems.
  • Plan with peers to earn the Eliza Pickrell Routt Award.


-Inspire Colorado is a nonpartisan program of Inspire U.S., a 501(c)(3) organization.

-Works with more than 30 Colorado High Schools.

-Approved by NASSP.

-Supports peer-to-peer voter registration and mobilization efforts in high schools.

-Trained more than 80 juniors and seniors as Inspired Leaders.

-Registered and pledge to vote 4,200 young people in 2 years.

-Organized candidate and elected official forums, a U.S. Senator debate as well as school visits by state representatives, senators and the Colorado Secretary of State.

Nominate a student for the program at www.inspire-usa.org/nominate.  Interested students can apply directly at www.inspire-usa.org/2017_application.


Have you ever heard someone say, “That cost me two bucks!”?  How did dollars ever get the nickname “bucks”?

A male deer is called a buck.  Many pioneers hunted bucks.  They ate the deer meat and kept the deerskins.  Some deerskins were used to make clothes.  The rest of the deerskins were sold.  The hunters were given a dollar for each skin of a buck.  Many times the hunters had to trade their deerskins for a dollar’s or a buck’s worth of supplies.

Thus, pioneers started calling a dollar a “buck”.

So . . . the moral of the story - get INSPIRED now.  It won’t even cost you a “buck”!