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Letter: Sidofsky, Democratic Write-In challenger

Democratic Write-In challenger

I recently learned that there is a Democratic WRITE-IN challenger candidate, to U.S. Congressman, Jared Polis, here in Congressional District #2, which includes ALL of Broomfield, Clear Creek, Gilpin, Grand, Larimer and Summit counties, and parts of Boulder, Eagle, Jefferson and Park counties. The “write-in” candidate is Steven Todd, who is MORE progressive a Democrat, than Jared Polis is, nowadays! Steven Todd is STRONGLY against fracking, while Jared is weakly against fracking. Steven Todd is AGAINST the TPP (Trans Pacific Partnership)–a very bad trade deal that would hurt American workers, but Jared Polis is FOR the bad trade deal called the TPP!

See Steven Todd’s campaign website, at http://steventoddforcongress.com/ and you can call Steven Todd’s cell phone, at 720-464-8540. Steven Todd LISTENS to not only us Democratic voters, but also to ALL voters! Then, please “write-in” Steven Todd, on your Democratic primary election ballot, which filled out ballot must be back in the Election office, in Hot Sulphur Springs (for Grand County folks) no later than 7 p.m. on Tuesday, June 28. (primary election day). Steven Todd has asked Jared Polis to debate and discuss issues, in public, with him, but Jared Polis still refuses to agree to a debate/discussion in public, with Steven Todd! Anyone who hasn’t received a primary ballot by mail, yet, can call the Election office, in Hot Sulphur Springs, at 970-725-3347, (and, if later than 1 p.m., press extension “8”, for the Election office, because there’s no operator working, after 1 p.m.) If someone is not registered to vote, at all, in Grand County, s/he can register (affiliate) as either a Democrat or Republican, at the Election office, in Hot Sulphur Springs! This can be done up to and including Election day, Tuesday, June 28.

If someone is registered as an Independent, but would like to change registration (affiliation), in order to be able to vote in either a Democratic or Republican primary election, this too can be done, now, or up to Election day, Tuesday, June 28.

Carol Sidofsky

Winter Park