Letters

Letters 10/29: On the muni, water districts and more

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Empower the vision Voting no on 2C is not just about the Xcel franchise. It is a reaffirmation of...

Letters 10/22: On judges and a popular vote

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The most votes should win When I vote for one of the senator candidates this fall, I know whoever...

Letters 10/15: On voting and endorsements

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Current Commissioners on 2020 candidates Serving the people of Boulder County for the last eight years has been the...

Letters 10/8: On voting and homelessness

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Hold your nose and vote As an 82-year-old life-long progressive social-democrat (who has experienced the rule of many U.S....

Letters 10/1: Online petitioning, COGCC and more

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On online petitioning Thanks for the great article discussing Boulder’s slow walk toward online petitioning (Re: News, “Advancing Democracy,”...

Letters 9/24: On fracking and air quality, and more

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The politics of hiding The air quality in Longmont is poor primarily due to fracking. The American Lung Association...

On Proposition 113: More is needed than eliminating the Electoral College

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I was 11 years old. It was the first presidential election I remember. John Kennedy eventually won with 303 electoral votes and a...

Letters 9.17: Loachamin for Commissioner, and more

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Vote down the ballot This is a particularly important election year. Like 2020, this election will be quite different....

Letters 9/10/2020

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Yes on Prop 113 Imagine this: Two candidates are campaigning to be Colorado’s next governor, but in order to...

Letters 9/3: Trump and wolves

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Quantum leap needed Historically and culturally, the U.S. is a nation sustained by economic exploitation, violence and white supremacy,...

Letters 8/27/2020: Muni, unions and wolves

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Stay the course on muni The City of Boulder needs to get out of the PUC/Xcel system as soon...

Letters 8/20/20

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Gardner fails on women’s health care A senator’s primary job should be promoting the health of our citizens. It...