• NOTE: CUT continues to be alarmed at the widespread abuse of the “safety clause” being unnecessarily added to legislation and has been opposing bills where such language is deemed inappropriate.

     

    CUT Membership Event

    2020 Legislative Kick-off
    Come learn what the Legislature will do to us this year!

    Speakers:

    • Senate Minority Leader Chris Holbert
    • JBC Representative Kim Ransom

    Where:

    Independence Institute Freedom Embassy

    727 East 16th Avenue, Denver, CO 80203

    (Free Parking)

     

    When: Thursday, January 16, 2020
    Registration: 7:00 a.m.

    Cost $10, Non-members; CUT Members No Charge

    (CUT annual membership $25:  Dues are due.)

    RSVP: 303-747-2159 or rsvp@coloradotaxpayer.org

    Colorado Union of Taxpayers, PO Box 1976, Lyons CO 80540

    Web Site: www.coloradotaxpayer.org

     

     

    Founded in 1976, the Colorado Union of Taxpayers (CUT) is Colorado’s longest-serving advocacy group for taxpayers, your financial support is always welcome.

    Visit www.coloradotaxpayer.org for archived reports.

     

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    Hear from Brigitte Grimm as she’s running for another term as your Adams County Treasurer.

    She has improved the Treasurer’s office and made it easier to contact them with more transparency while saving you money.

    Plus, we’ll be discussing the pros and cons of each ballot measure that will appear on the November 6th ballot.

    Join the NSRF for our monthly meeting on Saturday, September 8th from 9am-11am at Amazing Grace Community Church, 541 E. 99th Place in Thornton.

    Admission is $5 and a continental breakfast with beverages is included.

    Brigitte will also have campaign signs and is looking for volunteers to help in her race.

    Get involved to help your fellow Republicans!

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    This Saturday at the NSRF we will hear from Colorado State Senator Beth Martinez Humenik, and Adams County Commissioner candidate Joyce Thomas.  Both are on the ballot this November.

    Beth won SD-24 four years ago giving Republicans control in the Colorado State Senate.  If she isn’t re-elected, the Senate could shift to Democrat control and that means more government spending, higher taxes, more regulations, and laws as Democrats try to control your life.

    Of the five AdCo Commissioners, four are Democrat and Joyce wants to add another Republican voice to the county’s governing body.

    Both (and all Republican) candidates need your support, time, and money to stop the blue team.

    We’ll also receive an update on the oil and gas presentation from a prior meeting.

    The NSRF meets on the second Saturday of every month from 9:00 am-11:00 am at Amazing Grace Church, 541 E. 99th Place in Thornton. Use the north door to enter. Admission is $5 per person. Coffee, orange juice, bottled water, fruit, & pastries are included with your admission.

    Next month we will hear from Greg Brophy on limiting large sums of money in political contests.

     

     

    Click for Beth Martinex Humenik’s Facebook Page

    Click for Joyce Thomas’ Facebook Page

     

  • The 8 who would be governor: Candidates square off at CoPo/Gazette forum

    Author: Ernest Luning – May 19, 2018 – Updated: 3 hours ago

    The Republican candidates for governor talk on a panel at an annual Colorado Civic Barbecue at the Garden Pavilion at Penrose House on Saturday May 19, 2018 in Colorado Springs. (Photo by Dougal Brownlie, The Gazette).

    For the first time, all four Republicans and four Democrats running for governor of Colorado squared off during a pair of debates Saturday in Colorado Springs, discussing policies ranging from transportation funding to gun violence, taxes to President Donald Trump.

    The candidate forum was presented by Colorado Politics, The Gazette and El Pomar’s Forum for Civic Advancement.

    Disagreements among members of the same party were few, and sparks only flew a couple of times during the exchanges, which took place just over two weeks before voters start receiving primary ballots in the mail — although the differences between the two parties were stark.

    The two 90-minute debates bookended the inaugural Colorado Civic Barbecue, a chance for several hundred members of the community to rub shoulders and listen to live bluegrass music between the doubleheader at the historic Penrose House near The Broadmoor hotel.

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  • As Adams County Clerk, we’ve accomplished some awesome goals, like reducing YOUR TIME in line at the DMV by an astonishing 85% over the last 3 years! I know, this isn’t standard government practice, but Adams County has raised its STANdards!
    Would you help me continue providing great customer service?
    I’ll match any donation made between now and my Re-Elect Stan Martin Kickoff event this coming Tues April 10th.
    Thanks!
    Stan Martin

  • Adams County Republicans:

    To Win Adams County in 2017 We’ll Need Your Investment of Time & Money
    Lincoln-Reagan Dinner

    A reminder that our Lincoln-Reagan Dinner is coming on October 7th. Please join us at Heritage Todd Creek Golf Club (map) at 6 p.m. on the 7th as we seek to Make Colorado Red Again! Our speakers will be Chuck Bonniwell & Julie Hayden of The Chuck & Julie Show on 710 KNUS. Check our Website for links to the Eventbrite page (credit card) and our order form (check) to get your tickets today. The cost is $65/person before October 2nd, $75 after. Student tickets for those 22 & younger are $35. See you there!
    Executive Committee Meeting

    Beginning this Tuesday, our Executive Committee meetings will have a new format. We’ll be beginning at 6:15 p.m.—45 minutes earlier than in the past—and wrapping up the business portion in half an hour or so. Then at 7 p.m. we will have presentations from various speakers on important issues. Please join us at O’Meara Ford (map) this Tuesday, October 3rd. Members of the Executive Committee should arrive by 6:15, and all are welcome to joins us then, or by 7 when the presentation begins. The typical agenda for the second portion of our meetings will be:

    7:00 p.m. Intro of Special Guest
    7:30 p.m. Questions for our guest
    7:45 p.m. Candidate remarks
    8:00 p.m. Additional Announcements / Open discussion of issues
    8:30 p.m. Adjournment
    We hope you can join us!
    Municipal Elections

    Our voter guides should be available electronically by next week, with printed copies available shortly thereafter. Ballots will be mailed out the week of October 16th, so look for them in your mailbox, vote for our conservative candidates and return your ballot, and encourage your friends and neighbors to do the same.
    Next Two Executive Committee Meetings

    Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017
    6:15-8:45 p.m. (latest)
    O’Meara Ford
    2nd Floor Community Room
    400 W 104th Ave
    Northglenn

     

    Tuesday, November 14th, 2017
    6:15-8:45 p.m. (latest)
    O’Meara Ford
    2nd Floor Community Room
    400 W 104th Ave
    Northglenn

     

    All meeting dates, times & locations tentative until meeting announcement with agenda distributed. Check the website for updates. Check in begins 6:00 p.m.
    Upcoming Events

    Lincoln-Reagan Dinner
    Saturday, October 7th, 6-10 p.m.
    @ Heritage Todd Creek

    Municipal Elections
    Ballots mailed out
    the week of October 16th
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  • I am very excited and honored to officially announce my candidacy for Thornton City Council, Ward 3. I am looking forward to represent everyone in Ward 3, and Thornton.

    I had the privilege of serving you on Thornton’s City Council in the past, and I am asking for your support so that I once again have that privilege to serve you and our community on the Council for a full term. I will do so by listening to the concerns and needs of all our community members with the goal of building a better Thornton, one that thrives economically and maintains that “better Thornton” to live, work, play and raise family.

    Giving back to the community is important to me and that is why I am running once again to serve on Thornton’s City Council.

    Through my personal experiences growing up in a war-torn Communist regime of Laos, becoming a refugee, coming to this great country and gaining opportunities beyond what I ever imagined, and starting a family, that drives me to give back to my community and to help others.

    We live in a great city! With my ever-expanding business experience in the Information technology industry for over 21 years and my over 18 years of volunteer experience in our community and in other communities locally and nationally, that makes me uniquely qualified to be on the Thornton’s City Council, and together we can make our city an even better one.

    It is with that I begin my campaign. I will run a positive campaign, in which I will display honesty and integrity in all my interactions, and treat all that I encounter with utmost respect.

    Thank you,
    SomXai VUE

    http://www.votevue.com

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