Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Newspaper article about new Caucus Corp.

New caucus network for communications and education being formed

Caucus Corp is the working name for a new effort to bring civic education to each neighborhood in Colorado.

“The Colorado Caucus is under attack again from powerful forces and their dups who have been conned into thinking that a drive by vote in the astro-turf of a presidential primary is better than the grassroots of their neighborhood caucus for a couple of hours every two years,” said John Wren, long-time community activist.

“I’m the registered agent for Save the Caucus, a Colorado political committee. We may have to raise as much as $1 million if out of state money funds a campaign to kill the caucus as expected,” said Wren, “but we are hoping we can get all sides of the issue involved in an educational, not political, campaign in the next couple of weeks.

“We just won the fight in the Colorado State House, and it made clear an educational process is what is needed now. We are recruiting a statewide network of volunteers and a steering committee,” says Wren, registered agent with offices at 1881 Buchtel Blvd., #401, Denver.

Caucus Corp will not take positions on issues, candidates or party leaders.

Free informational meetings will be held Fridays and Saturdays through the end of June about this new Caucus Corp effort. For more see or call (303)861-1447.

From: Villager Newspaper

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