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Thursday, November 26, 2015

Posts Tagged ‘Secretary of State’

ProgressNow: Daily News: Colorado

Federal farm bill backs ag and small-town businesses that support it When Mike Brady opened Pelican Jo's Pizzeria in Windsor in 2011, money was so tight he couldn't even afford a menu board. The country was battling back from the Great Recession, and getting a bank loan seemed impossible. "If you walked into a bank and said you wanted to open a restaurant, it was like cockroaches when the lights went on," he ... Full Story

Taxpayer money for Republicans

Taxpayer money for Republicans

        Review: Gessler lone statewide official to tap fund for partisan use By Tim Hoover The Denver Post State law says they can use the funds for official business as they "see fit," and Colorado's five statewide elected officials spend money from their offices' discretionary accounts on meals, office supplies, parking, salaries, employee retirement parties and occasional travel to nonpartisan events — among other things. But a review of discretionary-account spending ... Full Story

Colorado Republican SOS incompetent

    Palacio: Incompetence No Justification For Denying Citizens Right to Vote Denver - Colorado Democratic Party Chairman Rick Palacio issued the following statement today regarding the Secretary of State’s website repeated failures in the final week of voter registration. The Secretary of State’s website continues to crash today – the final day of voter registration – as it has on repeated occasions over the last several days, making it unnecessarily difficult for Coloradans ... Full Story

Beware of false charity scams after quake, tsunami

Attorney General, Secretary of State and AARP ElderWatch warn Coloradans to beware of false charity scams after quake, tsunami DENVER — Colorado Attorney General John Suthers has joined today with Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler and AARP ElderWatch to warn Coloradans to beware of scams trying to exploit the earthquake and tsunami in Japan as a means to steal their money. “Although we have not yet received any complaints from consumers, experience tells us that scam artists are ... Full Story

A Fact, Any Fact

A Fact, Any Fact

Dear Friends and Neighbors: I woke up this morning with a hypothetical conversation between me and a voter going through my head. Gordon: You know the people elect the University of Colorado Regents. I’m thinking it might be better if they are appointed by the Governor. Voter: No. Why would I want to give up my right to elect the Regents? Gordon: Okay, tell me one fact about either of the two candidates for CU Regent at-large. Voter: A fact? Gordon: Yeah a fact, any fact, like their name, ... Full Story

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