Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Will you help us? Just takes a minute:

I believe most Colorado voters have
no idea of the consequences of 107/8.

If you love our Colorado Caucus, we need your help now!

As I'm sure you are aware, the passage of Propositions 107 and 108, pounded down voters throats with a million dollar ad campaign that was very misleading, along with the Election Rules that are currently being proposed will mean the eventual death of the Colorado Caucus, pushed through a special session of the legislature in 1911 to clean up Colorado politics.

If we form a political committee Secretary of State Wayne Williams has given us until July 18 to tell him why the new rules shouldn't be adopted, of course, we can each individually tell him between now and July 18. Whether we form the committee or not and I hope you will, each and every one of you reading this right now who loves the Colorado Caucus, the best chance the common person has of serving in elected public office, write Wayne and tell him why.

We are going to hold an exploratory committee meeting to consider if we should reinstitute Save the Caucus in the form Ruth Prendergast, the Admiral, Dick Sargent, Phil Perrington and others led it to victory over misguided Amendment 29 in 2002. Despite being outspent 1400 to 1, they won big time, 60% to 40%

If you'd be willing to serve on the committee, please rsvp yes or no for the exploratory meeting that is being hosted by the Small Business Chamber of Commerce at Pete's University Park tomorrow, Thursday, at 1 p.m. Please rsvp at

Your rsvp yes or no right now will guarantee that you will receive an invitation to our kickoff party and dance which will also honor the memory of one of the biggest fans of the Colorado Caucus. It's going to be huge! So rsvp now for tomorrow, July 13, at

If you have any questions please call me if you must, but much better to attend tomorrow or read the announcement that will be made there about the party if we do decide to go ahead. Please rsvp now. Thanks!

John Wren (720)495-4949
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