October 2012 Blog Posts (5)

VOTE!!!

Hey Guys, lets get out the vote.  Talk to your neighbors, get your family out there.  Early voting is underway so it can be made really easy.  Help people to find their way to voting centers if needed.  If you are doing a sign waving make sure to stay at least 100' away from the front door of the polling center.  If you find someone violating this then feel free to call me and we can try to get some people down there and take photos.

 

Lets make that last push to put us over…

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Added by Fredrick Lindner on October 30, 2012 at 7:01pm — No Comments

John Andrews' "Backbone America" Recommendations

Senator Andrews has posted a list of issues and candidates he is recommending.  He has several RTD Board candidates to recommend.  Perhaps this will be a helpful reference for those looking for information on issues and more.

 

http://backboneamerica.net/2012/10/20/colorado-voter-guide-2012/

 

 

Added by W. Branstetter on October 29, 2012 at 11:25am — No Comments

Urgent Message for America by Trevor Loudon

Trevor Loudon from New Zealand has toured the United States on at least two extended trips over this last year.  He has addressed many groups in Colorado.  He has prepared a message that he would like people to hear. 

 

Urgent message, October 2012:…

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Added by W. Branstetter on October 20, 2012 at 11:20pm — No Comments

Vincent Carroll--Opinion: "Millionaires for gutter politics"

In the October 10, 2012, Denver Post is an opinion piece by Vincent Carroll titled "Millionaires for gutter politics."  If you the campaign advertisements of this or previous years, whether television or mailers, leaves you perturbed, you should read this article so you can know some of the people to thank. 

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Added by W. Branstetter on October 10, 2012 at 10:48pm — No Comments

The D.A.’s Race in Colorado’s 18th Judicial District: The Value of Strong Prosecutorial Leadership with Modern Skills.

This November, the voters in Arapaho, Douglas, Elbert & Lincoln counties will vote for a new District Attorney to represent them in Colorado's 18th Judicial District. This will be the first time since 1968 that the new District Attorney will not be a current employee within the D.A.'s office. Because of the intense community attention upon the single case of the Aurora theater shooting massacre, the local media has repeatedly commented on the strong possibility that the new elected D.A.…

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Added by Kory Nelson on October 7, 2012 at 7:30pm — No Comments

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