[The 2016 Blue Book]
[2016 General Election TABOR notices online or on my site]
[The Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights (TABOR) text from CO Constitution]
[The Bill of Rights in the Colorado Constitution.]
[The US Constitution Bill of Rights & Later Amendments]
October 11, 2016, updated Oct. 12 and 13, revised October 19
I attempt to present rationale [basic or underlying reasons or explanations] behind my positions, and present you with information so you can become more informed. Then you can make your own decisions, based on the information that you have.
HOW WE VOTE TOUCHES THE LIVES OF PEOPLE ACROSS COLORADO —
IN SOME CASES, FOREVER. OUR VOTES ARE IMPORTANT.
DON’T HURRY TO VOTE
Hand-carry your ballot if you can
Don’t cast your vote too soon — you may regret an early vote, after you learn more. Your vote DOES matter. The mail is not always reliable or prompt, so hand-carry your ballot to a ballot drop-off location if you can. If you decide to mail it, you MUST put a postage stamp (or 2) on the envelope. It needs postage to be delivered. Mail it several days before the deadline (don’t count weekends).
Don’t vote for laws simply because you don’t want to be inconvenienced,
or want to feel better about yourself — if it will not help us keep liberty or you don’t understand it — vote NO. Continue reading