Thursday, October 28, 2010

President Dwight Eisenhower told us that in our system of government, politics needs to be the part time occupation of every citizen.

Now is the time to get involved, if you are not already, or to channel your involvement in a more meaningful direction that will make a real difference in 2012.

With that in mind, I just sent out this letter to the editor to local Colorado newspapers:

Congratulations to the winning candidates and their supporters.

If you are unhappy with the results of the election, the time to
bring about real change starts now in anticipation of our
2012 Colorado Caucuses in neighborhoods across the state,
the best chance for the common person to make their voice heard.

To get involved in a meaningful way, Google Republicans or
Democrats and your ZIP code, then make a telephone call
and volunteer to help in your neighborhood.

If you are new to Colorado or just new to Colorado politics, and you
want to know how our powerful Colorado caucus-assembly system
for nominating to the primary ballot works, and to keep up with news
about possible changes to the system, go to

John Wren
960 Grant St. #727
Denver, CO 80203