AFP Rally at State Capitol--Tax Increase

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AFP Rally at State Capitol--Tax Increase

Time: March 9, 2011 from 12pm to 1:30pm
Location: West steps Colorado Capitol Building
Street: East Colfax
City/Town: Denver, Colorado
Website or Map: http://americansforprosperity…
Event Type: rally
Organized By: posted by W. Branstetter
Latest Activity: Mar 7, 2011

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Americans For Prosperity have announced a rally to protest Senate legislators' proposals for $1.6 billion tax increase without offering to reduce government spending. Colorado faces more than a $1 billion shortfall.

It is time to tell legislators: Spend Less Now!

There is an RSVP for the number in your group attending at the AFP site:

http://americansforprosperity.org/030311-register-below-march-9th-spend-less-now-rally-capitol

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Comment by W. Branstetter on March 7, 2011 at 11:42pm

If you have time to stay, at 1:30 p.m. there will be a hearing for HB11-1252, [room 112?];

 

Wednesday March 9th
HB11-1252 Proof of Citizenship Sponsors: Rep. Holbert-R and Sen. Harvey-R
SVMA 1:30pm HCR 112 Committee Members & Contact Info 
Recommendation: Strongly Support - it is important to publicly show support for this bill so that when it gets to the Senate it is understood the people want the integrity of the election system protected. 
Bill Summary:
The bill requires the secretary of state to periodically check the statewide voter registration database against lists maintained by federal and state agencies to determine whether registered electors are citizens of the United States. If there is evidence that a registered elector is not a citizen, the bill requires the secretary of state to notify the registered elector. The registered elector must, within 90 days of receipt of such notice, provide proof of citizenship to the secretary of state.

If the registered elector does not have proof and cannot obtain a birth certificate for financial reasons, the secretary of state will either certify the registered elector's name to the state registrar for vital statistics and request a copy of the birth certificate or, for electors born in a state other than Colorado, request from the appropriate governmental entity the registered elector's birth certificate.

If the registered elector does not provide proof of citizenship, the county clerk and recorder will mark the registered elector's registration record "Incomplete". An elector whose record has been marked "Incomplete" for failure to provide proof of citizenship may, within 6 years, be reinstated by providing proof of citizenship. An elector whose record has been marked "Incomplete" for failure to provide proof of citizenship and who tries to re-register must provide proof of citizenship or the registration will remain marked as "Incomplete".

refer also to: 

http://us2.campaign-archive1.com/?u=734572425408b86cb3f650a59&i...

 

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